Fiction

Fiction

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On June 11, Sotheby's will auction off William Faulkner's 1950 Nobel Prize for Literature medal and acceptance speech draft, jointly expected to fetch $500,000...

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Debut author Julie Kibler discusses her first novel, Calling Me Home, her memories of the grandmother who inspired the story, and her ideal road...

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Next April would have been William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday. So it is only appropriate that for the next year a group of 154 actors...

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Changez, a Pakistani Princeton graduate with Wall Street dreams, watches his world collapse as the 9/11 attacks stir racism and threaten his aspirations for...

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Starting April 18, New Hampshire's RR Auctions will take online bids for the typed and heavily-edited manuscript of Truman Capote's 1958 novella Breakfast at Tiffany's....

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The acclaimed fiction writer and former film director discusses her new novel, Mary Coin—based on one of history’s most iconic photographs—and whom she’d cast...

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African literary titan Chinua Achebe died Thursday in Boston. He was 82. A native of Nigeria, Achebe wrote a number of novels, poems and...

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Bestselling novelist Ann Hood discusses her latest book, The Obituary Writer—about two uncompromising women's discovery of love and loss—and how she'd want her own...

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Bestselling author J. Courtney Sullivan's new novel The Engagements won't be published until June. But Reese Witherspoon’s production company Pacific Standards has already snatched up the...

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"The movie is not an adaptation of the novel but its first cousin," Salman Rushdie has said about the film version of his 1981...

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