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In 2013, three young women who had vanished years earlier escaped from a house where they had been held captive. Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, along with writer Mary Jordan, discuss their new memoir.
My Struggle is about Karl Ove Knausgaard's wrangle with his father, with death, with his muse and so on. The 46-year-old Norwegian's pointedly unliterary book has become a literary sensation.
Lev AC Rosen's dystopian thriller, set in an underwater New York City, is an expert mix of the sci-fi and hardboiled genres. Reviewer Jason Heller calls it a nervy crime caper with hidden depths.
Kurt Vonnegut once famously described book critics as donning armor to battle a hot fudge sundae. Jillian Tamaki takes on Harry Potter in SuperMutant Magic Academy, but she's tossing marshmallows.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with author and illustrator Art Spiegelman about how his book Maus, the very antithesis of Nazi propaganda, was purged from Moscow stores because of a swastika on the cover.
Citizens, stakeholders and local officials came out to offer their input on the Headwaters Trails Alliance’s Master Trails Plan in Winter Park on Tuesday, April 21.The meeting focused on the plan’s first subarea, which encompasses the southeastern portion of Grand County including the Fraser Valley.The original Master Trails Plan was developed in 1995, with the goal of establishing the Fraser to Granby Trail. The Headwaters Trails Alliance was formed at the same time to meet that goal.The plan has been revised multiple times since then, and in January 2015, HTA started its search for a consultant to help complete a …
G. P. Putnam’s Sons bought the rights to “Maestra,” the first novel in a trilogy by L. S. Hilton, in a low-seven-figure pre-emptive deal.
Anthony Bozza, who was hired in 2010, has filed suit in federal court, saying that Ms. Love failed to complete payment for his work.
Bellow’s novel divided critics when it was first published in 1959. James Parker and Francine Prose discuss the experience of reading it today.