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THE ATTENTION MERCHANTS explores the dark universe of web ads and clickbait:
Francine Prose brings wit and pathos to an unpromising premise in MISTER MONKEY:
Taraji P. Henson on finding her place in Hollywood in AROUND THE WAY GIRL:
Pregnancy is personal, not political, in THE MOTHERS:
Skeletons in the closet: GHOSTLAND and what ghost stories tell us about our national past.
Get your art on with Mama Susan Stamberg and David Hockney:
Everyday black lives are what matter in THE MOTHERS:
Congratulations to Bob Dylan, winner of this year's #NobelPrize for literature!
E.B, White really was SOME WRITER:
Cuba is a dream that doesn't let go in Derek Palacio's new THE MORTIFICATIONS:
Celebrating 75 years of monkey business from Curious George:
How Carli Lloyd became a star (in) WHEN NOBODY WAS WATCHING:
DEATH'S END brings Cixin Liu's epic Remembrance of Earth's Past trilogy to a satisfying end:
Join @arishapiro and @atlasobscura for a tour of the Manhattan you never knew was there:
Reviewer @hellermcalpin calls LOVE IN FRENCH an "engaging and surprisingly meaty memoir."
Critic @Jason_Sheehan gets his mind blown by Alan Moore's epic, maddening JERUSALEM:
Via @nprfreshair, why Abby Wambach wants to be known as more than "just a soccer player."
i ... think I really need a copy of THE TRAINABLE CAT. via @nprfreshair
Ann Patchett says her new novel COMMONWEALTH is her most personal book yet.
RAZOR GIRL is Carl Hiaasen doing what he does best, says our critic @michaelschaub
HERE I AM contemplates a timeless question: How can we dance while our earth is turning?
Jonathan Safran Foer returns with HERE I AM -- both a novel and a declaration:
THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR works as parental paranoia tale, less so as police procedural:
THE TERROR YEARS collects @lawrence_wright's writing on al-Qaida & ISIS for the New Yorker:
Beth Cato's BREATH OF EARTH is sparky, relevant alt-history:
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