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Our reviewer @tithenai says she couldn't eat or sleep until she finished THE OBELISK GATE:
UPROOT traces the effects of digital technology on music around the globe:
Politics, music, even Snapchat are fair game in @tejucole's KNOWN AND STRANGE THINGS:
Creamed, canned and frozen: A SQUARE MEAL recounts how the Great Depression shaped our diet.
Lynda Barry's THE GREATEST OF MARLYS is sweetly funny, but spiced with a few darker moments.
With THE SEA FORAGER'S GUIDE, love your seafood and eat it too:
Soldiers-turned-authors want you to know: Their books don't speak for all vets.
Never miss an ep of @RuPaulsDragRace? Keep the library open with our #ReadWatchBinge recs:
Beats bubble up in the latest volume of HIP HOP FAMILY TREE:
Jacqueline Woodson says ANOTHER BROOKLYN came to her in dreamy vignettes of a long-gone time
The last chunk of our Read, Watch, Binge series is up! This time we start with TV shows:
Thinking about faking your own death? Don't pretend to drown. Handy tips in PLAYING DEAD:
Our critic @hellermcalpin says TEXTBOOK is quirky and playful, but ultimately too noisy.
Can THE LITTLE PRINCE be filmed? Should you even try? Filmmaker Mark Osborne says yes:
In which I try not to fangirl TOO MUCH at @ChynnaSyndrome about the return of BLUE MONDAY:
Pack These Pages: @npratc asks professional booksellers to pick some great summer reading:
.@jesmimi talks to @npratc about THE FIRE THIS TIME, an anthology inspired by James Baldwin.
I AM PROVIDENCE is a literary love/hate letter to H.P. Lovecraft and his fandom:
Via @nprfreshair, Jay McInerny's new novel plays with the idea of the "perfect couple"
Critic @GLValentine ponders a millenia of nature writing and what it means to us:
MONSTRESS combines gaudy beauty and extravagant horror:
It's #FridayReads time! Okay, people: I'm DOING THIS.
.@ghweldon remembers his former professor, writer James Alan McPherson, who died yesterday:
In YOU WILL KNOW ME, no one truly knows even the people they're closest to.
Gay Talese stays too long at THE VOYEUR'S MOTEL, says critic @Annalisa_Quinn:
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