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Anne Tyler clearly had fun with VINEGAR GIRL, and readers will too, says @hellermcalpin
Hot dog princesses everywhere will love HOT DOG TASTE TEST, says critic @EtelkaL
Fish have feelings too, says WHAT A FISH KNOWS author Jonathan Balcombe:
LOCALLY LAID updates THE EGG AND I for the 21st century:
It's almost the weekend! Want something to #ReadWatchBinge? We've got you covered:
Emma Cline's debut THE GIRLS is "thoroughly seductive," says reviewer @jeanczimmerman
Comedian Tig Notaro talks about her awful year (and a famous show) in I'M JUST A PERSON
Alain de Botton's new COURSE OF LOVE gets a little too academic, says @hellermcalpin
Introducing @NPR’s hi-tech book/movie/tv recommendation algorithm: HUMANZ. #ReadWatchBinge
In GREETINGS FROM UTOPIA PARK, Claire Hoffman recalls a childhood following the Maharishi:
The last #Temeraire book is out today! Our critic @jason_m_heller surveys the beloved series
Author Joel Denker considers the apricot (and other produce) in THE CARROT PURPLE:
Ben Lerner's HATRED OF POETRY feels a touch personal, says our critic @Annalisa_Quinn
ESCAPOLOGY is loud; it thumps and howls and whistles and squirms, says @Jason_Sheehan
Future-political thriller INFOMOCRACY is an enlightening (and scary) election-year read:
The epic HOMEGOING is marvelous without being precious, and brims with compassion:
Our critic @itsjuanlove on #MuhammadAli as a poet, in and out of the ring:
In, MAGIC AND LOSS, @page88 makes the case for the Internet as art, and Twitter as poetry:
There are no books in this Omaha library -- but plenty of technical knowledge for all:
While researching GRUNT, Mary Roach learned all about the use of medical maggots in WWI:
In POSSESSION, all of antiquity is a heist, and you are what you steal:
Life, love and the restaurant business in @smdanler's SWEETBITTER:
"Make Good Art" ... and more of @neilhimself's nonfiction, in THE VIEW FROM THE CHEAP SEATS:
We're taking the NPR Books Time Machine on a trip through Elizabeth Hand's Cass Neary series
THE CITY OF MIRRORS brings the Passage trilogy to a thunderous end:
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