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NPR Books

Our pals at @NPRCodeSwitch pay a visit to a new museum exhibit on Octavia Butler, and I AM VERY JEALOUS:
As part of #NPRcomics week, our own @ghweldon on 10 comics that changed the industry -- from Superman to Persepolis:
First, we asked lots of cartoonists what comics mean to them. @CSpeedMcNeil loves Alan Moore, no surprise there :)
Via @nprfreshair, HOW TO BE A MUSLIM author Haroon Moghul on being a spokesperson for his faith:
Here's 4 reasons why your local indie bookshops are crushing it, and 3 reasons why you need to keep supporting them
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WHAT SHE ATE explores how Eva Braun's champagne fantasies fueld a "make-believe morality:"
Playwright Edward Albee's unfinished works may never see the light of day:
After a fun start, MADE FOR LOVE stumbles, says our critic @Annalisa_Quinn:
From our education team and Teaching for Change -- summer reading for your woke kid!
Laura Shapiro's new WHAT SHE ATE explores the lives of six very different women through the intimate lens of food.
WOOLLY "reanimates history and breathes new life into the narrative of nature," says critic @jason_m_heller
Feeling hot? Ashley Shelby's SOUTH POLE STATION is a cool, refreshing diversion:
Writer Elin Hilderbrand is proud to be the "Queen of Summer"
Meet the Indiana Jones of ancient ales, wines and extreme beverages:
Tomorrow is Canada Day! @MorningEdition talked w/Mike Myers about the country that gave us hockey, pacemakers & Rush
Idyllic Cape Cod shows a dark side in Patrick Dacey's new THE OUTER CAPE:
Fiona Barton follows up her hit THE WIDOW with more fast-paced journalistic sleuthing in THE CHILD:
Karin Tidbeck presents a warped, chilling tale of post-truth reality in AMATKA:
Okay I shoulda tweeted this yesterday but it's still lovely -- #HarryPotter turns 20! #hufflepuffpride, y'all:
Cartoonist Farel Dalrymple returns to the unique, visionary world of POP GUN WAR in CHAIN LETTER:
Via our pals at @NPRCodeSwitch, Victor LaValle on updating Frankenstein for the age of #BlackLivesMatter:
There are no actual jazz chickens in Eddie Izzard's new BELIEVE ME: A MEMOIR OF LOVE, DEATH AND JAZZ CHICKENS.
Our critic @michaelschaub calls THE SARAH BOOK "an unsparing primal scream."
What did Churchill and Orwell have in common? Both could say, "My side is wrong."
SUPERSIZING URBAN AMERICA tracks policies that made it easy for fast food franchises to spread in poor neighborhoods
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