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"What's More Brave than Throwing Yourself into the Unknown?" - A Conversation with Author Jamie Harrison

Jamie Harrison's novel The Widow Nash is a sweeping story about a woman named Dulcy Remfrey. After her father's death, Dulcy escapes her ex-fiance and her complicated past to start a new life in Montana as "Mrs. Nash." While reading the book, I found myself asking the same question over and over - Can she pull it off?

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"Discipline, Pain, and Good Fortune": A Debut Novelist Discusses His Path to Publication

“I’m living in an apartment where my kitchen is my bedroom is my living room, working the graveyard shift at a homeless shelter and detox center, when it hits me that whatever I was writing way back then, whatever spark I had, it was something I’d been running from.…”

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It's Not Dark Yet, But It's Getting There.

It's not quite a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, but it's close. Here is a short list of books (and a couple of other necessary items) to make the most of the Great American Eclipse of 2017.

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Cheers! It's Time for a Summer Cocktail (or Mocktail)

It's time to break out the blender and whip up some frosty summer cocktails or maybe a boozy slushie with the help of these new cookbooks...

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Photo Essay - "Salmon: The Last Great Wild Food" by Langdon Cook

Take a trip through rivers and fisheries in this photo essay from the author's research for Upstream: Searching for Wild Salmon, from River to Table.

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Should Death Be Cured?

We talk with Jeff Lemire about his partnership with Scott Snyder on "After Death" and Lemire's unusual start in the comics world.

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A Teenage Prodigy in Early 20th Century New York Grapples with Her Early Success

Huber brings a once-famous artist back into the public eye, creates an intimate portrait of the relationship between a mother and daughter, and thanks to her careful research, places them in the context of artistic milieu they inhabited, which included Pablo Picasso, playwright Eugene O’Neill, novelist Richard Hughes, and Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the American heiress who brought the teenage Pamela from London to New York.

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Murder, Crazy Love, Madness: Rosecrans Baldwin on "The Last Kid Left"

The author of Paris, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down has written a novel inspired by a sensational 1930s true crime...

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Michael Connelly Talks about his New Series (and his Brand New Character)

With The Late Show, Michael Connelly introduces a new series featuring detective Renée Ballard of the LAPD.

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Best science fiction and fantasy of the year so far

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2017 So Far

After a lot of arm wrestling and speechifying, our editors narrow down the long list of excellent sci-fi and fantasy to name the best books of the year so far.

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