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Edgar Winner-Amazon Book Review

And the Edgar Goes to...

The foremost mystery and thriller writers in America donned their Sunday best on Thursday, to find out who would win an Edgar Award at a black tie banquet in New York City...

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Shakespeare Character Duel - Round 2!

See which Shakespeare characters progressed to round 2, learn about their battles, and vote for who you think would win when these characters go head-to-head.

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Poetry Month: Original Poems from Rick Riordan, David Duchovny, Chuck Palahniuk, L.S Hilton

Our celebration of National Poetry Month continues with original poems written by Rick Riordan, David Duchovny, Chuck Palahniuk, and L.S. Hilton.

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PEN Literary Award Winners

There are some very happy and well-deserving authors who woke up a bit richer this morning, with the news that they were recipients of a prestigious PEN Literary Award...

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Poetry Month: Original Poems from Rick Yancey, Joe Hill, and Angela Duckworth

We launched National Poetry Month on April 1 with poems from some of our favorite writers about their books or their love of books, but don't worry: The fun continues all month! Here are original poems written by Rick Yancey,...

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How to Create an Eye-Catching Book Cover

Independent cover artist Gene Mollica reveals the steps behind creating unique and dynamic covers.

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Welcome to National Poetry Month

To start National Poetry Month off with a bang, here are original poems from Rich Cohen, Kate DiCamillo, Chuck Klosterman, Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, and Amazon editorial director Sara Nelson.

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Legends

Jim Harrison: An Appreciation

I got to know and love Jim Harrison before I really knew his books.

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Jim Harrison (1937-2016)

The author of over thirty books including Legends of the Fall, died Saturday at the age of 78.

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Round 1 Results for the Great Literary Tournament

Sixty-four book characters faced off in round one of our bookish March Madness this week, and you, our readers, chose your champions. Fun facts: Winnie-the-Pooh decimated Martin the Warrior (Redwall) with the largest lead, winning 86% of the votes versus...

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