Brand-New Fiction from Jonathan Franzen: Purity

Jonathan Franzen returns with Purity, a new novel that is complex and extensive and wonderful.

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Drop the Hot Coal: Rabbi Harold S. Kushner on Revenge - and Forgiveness


A Unique Debut Mystery: The Gates of Evangeline


War and Everything After: Louis de Bernieres's New Novel


Princess X Is Everywhere: YA from Cherie Priest


Catching Up With Jacquelyn Frank, Author of the Nightwalker Saga


Writing Your Story: Rising Strong by Brene Brown


August 27, 2015

New Stories from Pulitzer-winning Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson’s new book, Fortune Smiles, is made up of six haunting stories. They’re not ghost stories – not in the traditional sense, anyway – but each carries a peculiar mood about them, a mist, suggesting that something in their story-world, which for the most part resembles our own, is strangely disturbed.

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August 26, 2015

A House on Fire: Excerpt from The Autobiography of Malcolm X

In The Autobiography of Malcolm X, the Muslim leader, firebrand, and anti-integrationist tells the story of his life and the growth of the Black Muslim movement to writer and journalist Alex Haley.

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August 25, 2015

Having It All: A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan

Elisabeth Egan’s debut novel, A Window Opens, brings the ages-old juggling act to the new, always-connected digital era.

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August 24, 2015

Late Summer Reading: 7 Books To Sneak In Before Fall

Summer is coming to a close and the end of beach-reading season is nigh. If like many of us, you feel like your summer reading numbers could use a bolster, here are seven novels to check out before the sun sets on another season. Get cracking!

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August 23, 2015

Life V.2: Mark Alpert's YA Novel The Six

Begin with this supposition: You are a teenager with a terminal illness. Scientists have recently found a way to electronically capture a person’s mind – memory, thoughts, reasoning, personality – and transfer it into a machine. Knowing your days were coming to a close sooner rather than later, would you choose to have a future (as a humanized robot), or accept your limited time as a human?

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August 22, 2015

Continuing with Denver Heroes: Kathy Clark's Deep Night

Childhood friends find themselves a bit too close for platonic comfort in Kathy Clark’s latest Denver Heroes novel.

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August 21, 2015

Other People Matter: An Excerpt from FLAWD by Emily-Anne Rigal

Here's an excerpt of activist Emily-Ane Rigal's new book, FLAWD: How to Stop Hating on Yourself, Others, and the Things That Make You Who You Are.

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