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17th-century technology on 19th-century books, Murakami's Nobel buzz, and the digital rebirth of Dr. Seuss. A rare-book librarian at the University of Iowa discovered fore-edge paintings...

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Sci-fi loses and wins, crime takes a stab at television, and children's fiction is as hot as erotica. After a 75-year-long career culminating with 2011's All...

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Susan Beth Pfeffer may yield to cats and elevators, but her status as the oft-neglected younger child has taught her how to handle her...

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Actress Julianne Moore, who’s been writing her bestselling Freckleface Strawberry series since 2007, has carved out her own niche in the genre with her...

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“It is always better to avenge dear ones than to indulge in mourning. For every one of us, living in this world means waiting for our end....

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When Gena Showalter set out to reinvent Pandora's myth, she decided to pin it on the lads. It's easy to forgive them, though: like The Darkest Craving's...

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Teens dethrone queens, comedians attempt drama, and China strikes a book deal. Teen Mom Farrah Abraham is writing an erotic novel. She swears it will be bigger...

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It isn't. Despite the sizzling sex scene at the center of The Deep Whatsis, Peter Mattei says the focus of his novel lies elsewhere. He also...

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Obama speaks about Amazon, a myth is debunked, and reading accomodates the blind. Remember that formal complaint letter indie booksellers sent Obama after he endorsed...

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While the PI firm at the center of her Spellman series may rarely tie up loose ends, Lisa Lutz is all about closure: in fact,...

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