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HarperCollins recently offered 24-year-old recording artist Adele a seven-figure memoir deal. She turned it down. Despite two hit albums, nine Grammys, an Oscar, and...

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Accomplished short story writer Monica Wesolowska discusses her new memoir, Holding Silvan, about choosing humane death over doomed life for her newborn son. Zola: In a...

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For Time's tenth annual "100 Most Influential People" issue, memoirist Mary Karr describes short story writer and fellow Syracuse faculty member George Saunders as "a...

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Rock and roll biographer Philip Norman—author of the acclaimed Shout! The Beatles in Their Generation and John Lennon: The Life—is working on a Paul McCartney bio, to...

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Saul Bellow famously called Chicago "that somber city," but how can anywhere that gave us both the inept Cubs and the country's most...

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Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, author, and New Jersey native Alan Brennert discusses his latest novel, Palisades Park, about a family of dreamers whose lives are...

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Every ten years—going back to 1983—U.K. literary magazine Granta names the 20 most promising British novelists under age 40. Having featured the likes of Ian McEwan...

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It's been a few years since volleyball star Gabrielle Reece competed professionally, but that doesn't mean she hasn't been crushing it in myriad other...

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Adam Johnson's The Orphan Master's Son—the story of orphan Pak Jun Do's journey up the ranks of North Korea's dictatorship and his love for actress...

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British novelist and screenwriter William Boyd has announced the title and plot of his upcoming James Bond novel, which the estate of Bond creator...

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