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Ms. Leovy discusses “Ghettoside,” Patton Oswalt talks about his new memoir and Anita Shapira discusses “Ben-Gurion: Father of Modern Israel.”
In 2012, Marissa Mayer was tasked with reversing the fortunes of a struggling Internet pioneer.
Looking at the depression of 1921.
The author, most recently, of the novel “We Are Pirates” (and, as Lemony Snicket, numerous children’s books) likes to read Miss Manners.
In “Ghettoside,” Jill Leovy describes a homicide case in South Los Angeles to examine the epidemic of unsolved murders of African-American men in America.
Among the writers whose books were nominated: Thomas Piketty, Phil Klay, Chang-rae Lee, Marlon James, and Marilynne Robinson.
His next book “Private Vegas,” to be published on Jan. 26, will have a special, exploding edition, to be sold for $294,038.
The play will extend its run in Toronto; advance sales for a Broadway run have been sluggish.
“Guantánamo Diary” is a profound account by a current detainee of what it’s like to be collateral damage in the war against terror.