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.@UnburntWitch shares her boss battle against harassment in CRASH OVERRIDE:
Ben Loory's TALES OF FALLING AND FLYING is a dream worth recounting, says @michaelschaub:
Addiction is a family affair in Sigrid Rausing's MAYHEM: A MEMOIR.
Brendan Mathews' THE WORLD OF TOMORROW is a serious, hefty literary novel -- with the occasional madcap flash.
Salman Rushdie writes for a young country -- the U.S. -- in his new novel THE GOLDEN HOUSE.
In BLOOD, SWEAT AND PIXELS, success is dull; failure is fascinating, says @ghweldon:
With 'A Legacy of Spies,' John Le Carre goes back out into the cold:
Terry Pratchett's unfinished works meet Death (and, we assume, Binky) via steamroller, per his last wishes:
Claire Messud's BURNING GIRL writes her own story:
A new graphic novel unpacks the history and influence of Diego Velázquez' famous painting Las Meninas:
Our critic @michaelschaub says MY ABSOLUTE DARLING is hard to read, but harder still to put down.
Orhan Pamuk is a major name in Turkish lit, but critic @michaelschaub says THE RED-HAIRED WOMAN is a minor work:
Critic and novelist @mayarodale has some romance recommendations for your steamy August getaway:
GOOD BOOTY balances smart criticism with the primal humanity of American pop music, says critic @jason_m_heller:
Now with corrected attribution! (ooops) GORGEOUS intvw w/poet Molly McCully Brown on @nprfreshair:
Via @nprfreshair, a gorgeous interview with poet Molly McCully Brown about her new collection:
Our pal @ghweldon spends some time with Bruce Campbell's new memoir, HAIL TO THE CHIN.
HOME FIRE puts a topical spin on the tragedy of Antigone:
The rumors of brick-and-mortar bookstores' demise have been greatly exaggerated:
CONGRATULATIONS to this year's #HugoAward winners at @worldcon75 -- including @nkjemisin, @seananmcguire & our very own @tithenai!!
Via @nprfreshair, Maureen Corrigan on WHAT SHE ATE: "Food talks — but somebody has to hear it."
SURFING WITH SARTRE "navigates the metaphysics of Leibniz and the point breaks of Malibu with equal ease."
Critic Lily Meyer praises THE BOOK OF EMMA REYES for its total fidelity to the author's childhood perspective:
Our critic @michaelschaub says the gleefully raunchy MRS. FLETCHER is "one for the ages."
Reviewer Mina Tavakoli says famed reggae DJ David Rodigan's new autobiography never really confronts race:
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