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"The Monster is Multi-faceted, Ancient, and Complex" - Author Jill Leovy on "Ghettoside"

To call Ghettoside an "important" book somehow misses the point (although it is an important book)--Ghettoside is a great book. Read our interview with Los Angeles Time reporter Jill Leovy.

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Zillow

"Zillow Talk" - What are the New Rules of Real Estate?

I recently met with Spencer Rascoff and Stan Humphries of Zillow. They are the authors of Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate, and they also happen to be Chief Economist (Stan) and CEO (Spencer) of the company. The book hit the New York Times bestseller list

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Gordon

Authentic Voices: New Memoirs from Kim Gordon and Robert Christgau

Unfortunately, sometimes great things just don't get along. Cats and dogs. Bacon and ice cream. Musicians and music critics. Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and renowned critic Robert Christgau offer their thoughts on their careers, their heroes, and the relationship between musician and reviewer.

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Hey, Ho, Let's Go! On the Road with the Ramones

Marky is a punk. Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone is his unflinching account of his life with the iconic New York rock band, from the rooftops of fame to the gutters of addiction.

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Amnesia

"WikiLeaks as if Transmogrified by Dickens": Peter Carey on "Amnesia"

Two-time Booker Prize winner Peter Carey examines the timely clash between cyber activism and international politics in his latest darkly comic technothriller, Amnesia.

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Michael Connelly Talks About His New Show "Bosch"

Michael Connelly is already a household name. His character Harry Bosch is, too. Last night was the premiere of "Bosch," the new series on Amazon Prime, which stars Titus Welliver as the title character. Now it looks like Connelly, Bosch, and Welliver all are poised to carve out an even bigger place in the public consciousness.

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"Black River" - A Conversation with Author S.M. Hulse

S.M. Hulse's Black River is a debut novel by a promising young author. Set in the American West, the novel is about a very memorable man named Wes Carver, a true man of the west who...

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Her

Creepy, In a Good Way: Harriet Lane on "Her"

Harriet Lane is the journalist-turned-novelist, author of Alys, Always and now, the psychological thriller Her. The tagline of this creepy (and we mean that in a good way) novel--“ You don’t remember her--but she remembers you“--says it all; Her is the story of one London woman stalking another over an incident that occurred in the distant past, an incident that broke apart the stalker’s life but probably went unnoticed for the stalkee. Told in alternate voices, Her is the definition of a page-turner. Amazon Editorial Director Sara Nelson spoke by phone to the delightful Lane, at home in London.

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Mistakes Were Made. Dana Cowin Helps Us Fix Them.

I first became aware of Dana Cowin through my love affair with Top Chef where Cowin, the editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine, is a guest judge every season. Then last fall came her first cookbook, Mastering My Mistakes in...

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Rosie

A Conversation with Graeme Simsion, Author of "The Rosie Effect"

About a year ago, a charming and funny novel was published about a guy with Asperger's who decides to draw up a plan to find the perfect wife. The novel was The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion, and it probably...

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