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Nine Books That Patricia Lockwood Couldn't Leave Behind

When Patricia Lockwood and her husband moved back in with her parents--one of which is a Catholic priest (long story)--she could take only a small number of books with her. Here are the books she brought, and why.

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It's Been 50 Years, Pony Boy.... A Q&A with S.E. Hinton

Do you remember the first time you read The Outsiders? It's been five decades since it was published, written when Hinton was herself merely sixteen. We sent her some questions about the 50th anniversary, her favorite line from the book, and more...

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Othello on the Jungle Gym

Tracy Chevalier sets her reimagining of Shakespeare’s Othello in the city and era of her childhood, 1970s Washington D.C.

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Farewell, Roger Moore

For many of us growing up, he was our Bond.

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2016 Nebula Award winners

The 2016 Nebula Award Winners for Science Fiction and Fantasy

The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America named the winners of the Nebula Awards for outstanding works of science fiction and fantasy published in 2016.

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Shadow

"Wait, I Wrote a Thriller?" by Alan Drew

Alan Drew, a literary author and teacher, describes how he ended up writing a thriller that Lee Child called "a home run."

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Death Be Not Proud: Some Unpleasant, if Unlikely, Ways to Go

Cody Cassidy and Paul Doherty's And Then You’re Dead explores what happens when you're swallowed by a whale, you fall into the vats at a potato chip factory, or you stow away on a moon mission. Generally speaking, it's not good.

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Boling

Bookmark It

In this edition, a literary sportswriter takes on the Boer War, Sherman Alexie's moving memoir about his fascinating and complicated mother, and one of the masters of suspense returns....

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"Fresh, Funny, and Heartbreaking": Adriana Trigiani Speaks with Benjamin Ludwig about "Ginny Moon"

Ginny Moon author Benjamin Ludwig talks with Adriana Trigiani about autism, the challenges of the teenage years, and how he developed Ginny's authentic, original voice in his new novel, which we selected as a best book of May.

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Jeffrey Tambor Turns "Transparent"

"I have a huge regard for writing. I think [writers] are the last magicians on earth." The two-time Emmy-winning actor reflects on his career and the challenges of writing his new memoir, Are You Anybody?

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