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The Paris Opera, Dogs, and a Dystopian Finland: Winter 2015 Fiction Preview
Dec 11, 2015
Baby, it’s cold outside. So snuggle up indoors with one of these hotly-anticipated novels. If you need a little more music in your life,...
Katharine Grant on What Books Taught Her About Sex, Love, and Writing
Dec 1, 2015
Let’s talk about sex, baby, let’s talk about you and… books! When Katharine Grant’s father first read The Marriage Recital, he was shocked. “How...
Five Books to Get You in the Halloween Spirit
Oct 22, 2015
Hester Young wrote The Gates of Evangeline, a thrilling supernatural tale that also happened to be one of our top mystery picks for fall....
The Best Answers from Gregory David Robert’s Final Interview and a Signed Ebook Giveaway
Oct 13, 2015
Compared to his 936 page novel The Mountain Shadow, Gregory David Robert’s 63-page final interview doesn’t seem too intimidating. But if you still don’t...
Lauren Francis-Sharma Shares Three Delicious Recipes From Trinidad
Oct 8, 2015
With a distinctive blend of African, Indian, Chinese, and indigenous influences, the cuisine of Trinidad infuses the sensual environment of ‘Til the Well Runs...
Five Literary Spiritual Journeys That Could Change Your Life
Oct 6, 2015
In Michael Golding’s A Poet of the Invisible World, a young boy named Nouri is born with four ears instead of two. He's taken...
Five Things My Students Taught Me About Writing My First Novel
Sep 24, 2015
Fall means back to school, back to books, and back to learning. But students aren’t the only ones picking up some new knowledge this...
Fall Fiction Preview 2015: The Season of Big Books
Sep 11, 2015
Okay, Bookish readers: Get ready for our heftiest fiction preview ever. The reason? Well, there are a lot of big books coming out this...
Rising and Falling, Only to Rise Again
Aug 25, 2015
We all love an underdog. But we must admit, we also love watching a top dog fail and fall spectacularly. Robert Goolrick explores that...
Summer Travels Across America. . . Book by Book
Aug 20, 2015
Some summers, you just can’t afford to get away. Thank goodness for books, though! With the turn of a page you can find yourself...
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