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Walter Mosley is never better than when he’s got a juicy cut of history to chew on — this time the late ’60s.
William Dalrymple seeks contemporary lessons in Britain’s disastrous 19th-century invasion of Afghanistan.
Also: Mary Karr on addiction and David Foster Wallace; Maria Semple calls Jonathan Franzen her "big daddy."
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Editor's pick / “The Front Room: Kerry James Marshall”: Opening reception is 7-9 p.m. Friday; exhibition runs through July 7 • Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, 3750 Washington Boulevard • Reception is free; regular admission is $5; $3 for older ...
Yes, that’s what I said: we have TWO interns this summer! Meet Rachel Gorin, who will be working us primarily at the bookstore but also with RHP – we’re very excited to have her help with advertising, marketing, book events, and special projects at the store. She’ll also be helping out with proofreading, editing, and […]
Can you imagine your own superhero? That's the question author and illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka posed to kids on a recent afternoon at a school in Washington, D.C. Krosoczka also described how he overcame a difficult childhood to become the author of the beloved Lunch Lady series.
In June, NPR's Backseat Book Club will read Katherine Applegate's tale of Ivan, a gorilla who lives in a shopping mall. Ivan enjoys watching TV and painting, but a newcomer to the mall — a baby elephant — forces Ivan to face his own past.
Yesterday, I talked about REDUCED. So, did you read it yet? Huh? Didja? Sorry, I tend to get a little carried away sometimes. Probably because of that post, and the follow-up I have today, my sleep was plagued with a few strange dreams. Nothing new there, especially a couple of recurring ones, like the one […]
Also: Amazon to begin publishing fan fiction; Paul Ryan and Elizabeth Warren are writing books; Keith Richards' exorbitant library fines.
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