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Acclaimed author Denis Johnson has died at 67; we're remembering him with this lovely piece from Nathan Englander: n.pr/2qrqbki
Our latest installment of #ReadingTheGame takes on the epic experience that is Witcher 3: n.pr/2rGVxYT
ISADORA illustrates a year of wrenching grief in the life of legendary American dancer Isadora Duncan: n.pr/2rZ3tkI
Josh Malerman of the High Strung moves closer to merging his jobs as writer and rocker with BLACK MAD WHEEL: n.pr/2qka5cj
It's aliiiive!! Our Summer Reader Poll is back, celebrating comics & graphic novels! Cast your vote: n.pr/2qkiMmR #NPRcomics
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A teen from the Bronx has a summer of revelations in THE EDUCATION OF MARGOT SANCHEZ:
Katherine Heiny's first novel for adults is warmhearted and funny, if occasionally wearing: n.pr/2qLQOUF
FLORENCE IN ECSTASY is "beautiful but exhausting," says critic @carmenmmachado: n.pr/2qwbhMV
It's the nuggets that shine brightest in THE GOLDEN COCKEREL & OTHER WRITINGS, says critic Lily Meyer: n.pr/2pWYvn8
The supermarket "represents the extraordinary luxury that Americans have at our fingertips," says Michael Ruhlman: n.pr/2qsA6aX
Imagine what it would be like to sit down at Simone de Beauvoir's desk: n.pr/2qoi0sD
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse offers a guide to raising resilient kids in THE VANISHING AMERICAN ADULT: n.pr/2qnY5tG
If short stories tend to leave you wanting more, Tessa Hadley's new collection BAD DREAMS will satisfy: n.pr/2pSGSoL
CHECK, PLEASE! is so darn cute, I spent an afternoon reading it instead of web-producing @Nulaby's excellent story n.pr/2q9spZi
Slovak author Jana Beňová's SEEING PEOPLE OFF is a short strange trip, beautiful in its own way: n.pr/2q7CmWN
IN GENERATION WEALTH, it's more about wanting than having: n.pr/2q7ztVX
A Cambodian-American woman returns to Cambodia to unearth family secrets in Vaddey Ratner's new MUSIC OF THE GHOSTS n.pr/2q7lVty
Two things, says @TheBookMaven: BASED ON A TRUE STORY is powerfully suspenseful. But it may not be based in truth: n.pr/2q7m4Ni
Patricia Lockwood's PRIESTDADDY shimmers with antic, obscene life, though family quirk can obscure darker details: n.pr/2r1VQuf
Colm Tóibín goes far afield -- to shattering effect -- in HOUSE OF NAMES, his take on the story of Clytemnestra: n.pr/2pkoJEP
THE UNITED STATES OF ABSURDITY compiles 29 particularly American stories of insanity (and drunkenness): n.pr/2pZ5uiH
For Hillary supporters, PANTSUIT NATION is a little like reading old love letters after a breakup: n.pr/2pYWc6u
Institutions aren't perfect, but they're the bedrock of democracy, says Condoleezza Rice: n.pr/2qTonSN
Reading Lovecraft, Ruthanna Emrys found her sympathy with the monsters. She flips the Mythos in WINTER TIDE: n.pr/2qDBHKG
 
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