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In Margaret Atwood's Latest, The Past Is Powerfully Present
A Cheerful Mortician Tackles The Lighter Side Of Death
Wendy Davis Tells Of Her Own Difficult Abortions In 'Forgetting'
The 'Witch With No Name' Rides Into The Sunset, In Style
Franklin Expedition Find May Reveal 'The Horror Of The Darkness'
Peter Thiel In 'Zero To One': How To Develop The Developed World
'The Dog': Dubious Dealings In Dubai
As Independence Vote Approaches, A Spirited Novel About The Scottish Experience
NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Fiction, Week Of September 11, 2014
NPR Bestsellers: Week Of September 11, 2014
NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Nonfiction, Week Of September 11, 2014
NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Fiction, Week Of September 11, 2014
NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Nonfiction, Week Of September 11, 2014
Woodrow Wilson Brought New Executive Style To The White House
Book News: Wendy Davis' Book Tour Violates Ethics Code, Opponent Says
Futuristic 'Bone Clocks' Encompasses A Strange, Rich World Of Soul-Stealers
The Ecstatic Blankness Of Poet Louise Glück
Book News: Millennials Reading More Than Older Americans, Study Finds
'Father And Son' Is Part Homage, Part Indictment
Book News: Fantasy Novelist Graham Joyce Dies
Challenging, Shattering 'Girl' Is No Half-Formed Thing
Oates' Latest Story Collection Is 'Dark, Deep' And Marvelous
In 'Patrimony' Philip Roth Pays A Tender Homage To His Father
Gene Demby is reading ‘At The Hands of Persons Unknown’ and Lynette Clemetson is reading 'Flora and Ulysses.' #FridayReads
Elizabeth Blair is reading ‘Faithful Place’ and Karen Grigsby Bates is reading Sonia Sotomayor’s memoir ‘My Beloved World.’ #FridayReads
#FridayReads time! Michel Martin is reading ‘The Politics of Jesus’ (and also Harriet the Spy’ with her daughter).
It's a big week for nonfiction paperbacks. Check them out on the NPRBooks tumblr: 'Zealot,' 'Salinger' and more ...
Political opponent says Wendy Davis' book tour violates ethics code. Davis campaign calls the complaint frivolous.
A man browsing for books in Cincinnati's cavernous old main library. The library was demolished in 1955.
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The Ecstatic Blankness Of Poet Louise Glück:
Part homage, part indictment, and more critical than elegiac, 'Father And Son' is a searing cry of love.
"88% of Americans under 30 read a book in the past year, compared with 79% of those age 30 and older."
New study finds: Young Americans are more likely to have read a book in the past year than their older counterparts.
In the ultimate act of love, Philip Roth has turned his father's life into a work of art, says writer Ben Dolnick.
Patrimony is a nonfiction account, almost a diary, that Philip Roth wrote about the last years of his father's life.
'A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing' is a devastating and ferociously original debut from Eimear McBride.
Joyce Carol Oates' Latest Story Collection Is 'Dark, Deep' And Marvelous
The National Book Foundation will give science fiction writer Ursula K. Le Guin its lifetime achievement award.
Graham Joyce, the author of dark, uncanny fantasy novels, has died, according to his publisher. He was 59.
Maureen Corrigan on what makes Gatsby so great:
Underwater puppies. Take the plunge:
In her new children's book, Firebird, Misty Copeland seeks to inspire other young African-American dancers.
If you read Caitlin Moran's memoir, How to Be a Woman, you might recognize the girl at the center of her new novel...
Get a sneak peek at Caitlin Moran's 'How To Build A Girl,' coming out later this month:
Two Americans are on the shortlist for the Man Booker Prize, open for the first time to writers of any nationality.
Book News: The former companion of French President François Hollande has written a book about their relationship.
Horton Meets A ... Who? Introducing The Kwuggerbug, From Seuss' 'Lost Stories'
Fact Meets Fiction In Tale Of A Slave, Explorer And Survivor
'I Am China' Asks: How Far Should An Artist Go?