Eisner winners

Put That Super-Suit Back in the Drawer: A Wide Array of Comic Book Heroes Win Eisner Awards

This year's winners of the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards feature exciting, nontraditional heroes, from a deaf bunny-girl to hip-hop stars to extraterrestrial star-crossed lovers.

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YA Wednesday: The Best Books of July

This month we chose four very different novels for our best young adult books list including high society crossed with ancient legend, the treachery of love, a new sci-fi thriller series, and a strange and unique sequel...

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Go Set a Watchman

Scout Grows Up: Reading Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman"

After months of “leaks,” thousands of pre-orders, and untold anticipation, Go Set a Watchman has arrived. The prequel/sequel/companion to To Kill a Mockingbird...

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Let's Be Less Stupid

Spring Clean Your Brain: Patricia Marx on "Let's Be Less Stupid"

Patricia Marx is my favorite kind of humorist. A funny one. Here, in words and drawings from her book Let's Be Less Stupid...

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Meatless in Seattle: America's Test Kitchen's Jack Bishop

In a crowded field, "The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook" is a standout (it's our #1 cookbook of 2015 so far) and talking to author Jack Bishop gave me a whole new outlook on dinners sans meat. Here is some of what I learned about vegetarian cooking, America's Test Kitchen, and tofu's bad rap...

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The Fever

And the Thriller Award Winners Are...

Discover your next frightening good read from among the winners of the Thriller Awards, announced over the weekend by the International Thriller Writers at Thrillerfest.

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Graphic Novel Friday: Beach-Ready Reads

Summertime and the reading is easy. And this summer it’s easy to find a great comic or four to read in the shade, from our selections in Best of the Month to Best of the Year So Far. What follows...

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IndieReader: 16 Indie Summer Reads

Suntan lotion? Check. Hammock under shaded trees? Check. IR Approved Titles for your summer reading pleasure? From Horror and Historical Fiction to Romance and Fantasy. You can find them all here!

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Double Whammy: Two New Books Pack Surprises That Lurk Around Every Corner

A first glance at two new July books, Alive and Letters to Zell, may trick you into thinking you already know these stories. Think again, and brace yourself for a wild ride.

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Duke vs Duke

Kiss & Tell: Two Dukes Duke It Out

Two handsome dukes battle for readers’ hearts in a pair of new historical romances, Put up Your Duke and The Duke Can Go to the Devil. Which duke will win?

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