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Guilt, grief and cruelty can be heavy reading, but Marie NDiaye makes it work in LADIVINE:
Via @nprfreshair, @questlove talks music, food & Prince. His new book: SOMETHINGTOFOODABOUT
OVER THE PLAIN HOUSES is a tale of survival and subversion in Depression-era North Carolina:
Meryl Streep's first acting gig: Becoming popular in high school:
The hand of a buried giant is just the start of the story in SLEEPING GIANTS:
The BAD-ASS LIBRARIANS OF TIMBUKTU, checking out manuscripts under al-Qaida's nose:
WAKE UP, YOU! explores the role of rock in Nigeria's 1970s political conflicts:
We had a veritable Willapalooza this weekend:, #Shakespeare
Man, oh Manischewitz: KOSHER USA explores the wine's history with gentiles:
Electrical currents and an emotional awakening in SWITCHED ON, via @nprfreshair:
Angels, mobsters, monsters, it's all there in THE EVERYTHING BOX, says @Jason_Sheehan:
Humanity and technology merge - a little uneasily - in JOIN:
CAN I EAT THAT? answers all your kids' mealtime questions:
The lost Neruda returns in THEN COME BACK:
National Book Award winner James McBride takes on James Brown in KILL 'EM AND LEAVE:
Slim and incantatory, MOTHERING SUNDAY punches well above its weight, says @hellermcalpin:
Author Kate DiCamillo talks about family, loss and kindness in RAYMIE NIGHTINGALE:
Curtis Sittenfeld's new ELIGIBLE asks, what if PRIDE AND PREJUDICE were set in Cincinnati?
THE BORDER OF PARADISE borders on pulp, but is saved by great writing, says @carmenmmachado
Julian Fellowes is releasing his new novel BELGRAVIA as a serial, with an accompanying app:
Maureen Corrigan: THE LITTLE RED CHAIRS is "personal and political; charming and grotesque."
A FIERCE AND SUBTLE POISON is a great doorway into magical realism, writes @caitlynpaxson:
For #NationalPoetryMonth, we've illustrated some new poems by our critic @Tessathon:
For Kafka, even beer had baggage, says writer Nina Martyris:
THE REGIONAL OFFICE IS UNDER ATTACK! stumbles despite a strong premise:
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