Fiction

Fiction

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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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Miranda Priestly is back! Hitting bookstores June 4 is Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns, Lauren Weisberger’s sequel to her 2003 bestseller The Devil...

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Tupelo Hassman, author of the hit novel Girlchild—about coming-of-age in a Reno trailer park—shares why she writes first drafts on junk mail envelopes and...

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Clair Vaye Watkins, an assistant professor at Pennsylvania’s Bucknell University, beat out Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz and National Book Award finalist Dan Chaon...

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After an opening Roth quip expressing hope that his death precedes the release of his biography, we hear straightaway from a pair of women,...

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Prize-winning poet and memoirist Sarah Manguso discusses her latest book, The Guardians, about the unexpected death of her best friend. Zola: Denial is one of the...

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Twenty years after Kenneth Branagh's celebrated film adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing, director Joss Whedon brings Shakespeare's romantic comedy back to the big...

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From 350 fiction books published in 2012 and submitted for consideration, only five were chosen by judges Walter Kirn, Nelly Rosario, and A.J. Verdelle...

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Tina Fey lightens the stress of the college application process in Admission, based on Jean Hanff Korelitz's 2009 novel about a Princeton University admissions...

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Banned upon publication, Matthew G. Lewis's 1796 gothic novel The Monk—written when he was just 19—tells the story of a Capuchin friar who must...

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