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The PEN Literary Awards

"...In a world where coverage of the arts is an endangered species, this is vital.”

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Announcing the Los Angeles Times Book Prize Nominees

The Los Angeles Times announced the list of nominees for the 37th annual LA Times Book Prize. Here are some highlights:

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Best Cookbooks of February

This month our picks for the top ten new cookbooks include the memoir of a man who holds a key to some most exclusive restaurants in NYC, how to be a pho pro, and taking the American classic cheeseburger and fries and morphing it into another comfort favorite--meatloaf.

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"Modern Love" by Sara Flannery Murphy

In this essay, the talented debut author of The Possessions describes her personal experiences with love.

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Kristan Higgins On Second Thought

Kristan Higgins Turns a New Page with "On Second Thought"

We chat with Kristan Higgins about her new funny and touching story of two sisters who team up to overcome their romantic challenges.

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Julia Child's Memories of Publishing Icon Alfred Knopf

When Julia Child was trying to get Mastering the Art of French Cooking published she didn't have an easy time of it. It was with Alfred A. Knopf that the book found a home, and reproduced here is an essay Child wrote for the publishing house's magazine in remembrance of the man himself.

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The Mystery Woman in the Field: Kristin Hannah Asks Christina Baker Kline About "A Piece of the World"

The author of "The Orphan Train" returns with a novel inspired by a famous Andrew Wyeth painting...

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Reading Is Fundamental

There's something magical in seeing a child engrossed in a book or asking you to please read to them and seeing their eyes light up as you turn the pages. Giving every kid a chance to discover a love of reading is what RIF is all about...

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“The Books Do Absolutely Operate out of a Sense of Fragmentation”: Rachel Cusk on Her New Novel, "Transit"

Rachel Cusk speaks with us about the crumbling of reality, the selectivity of memory, and how reading and writing drama has impacted her own novels.

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Bookmark This

Here's what the Amazon editors are reading this weekend...

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