UPCOMING BOOKS: Talking chimps, televangelist-murderers, paranoid Bobby Fischer, sexy Humphrey Bogart and radioactive revengers
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London takes note of Spokane novelist
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'Burial for a King,' Rebecca Burns
So it won’t be forgotten: the nationwide earthquake caused by MLK’s assassination.
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
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UPCOMING BOOKS: Obama's re-election, ghosts in the Everglades, and a Japanese murder mystery
UPCOMING IN BOOKS: Dark energy, auto workers, Afghanistan and Alice B. Toklas
'Clara and Mr. Tiffany,' Susan Vreeland
He didn’t actually make his famous lamps. But he took credit for them anyway.
By Michael Bowen
UPCOMING BOOKS: Slavery, rape and troubled marriages
'Wishing for a Snow Day,' Peg Meier
Recall your favorite memory from childhood. What would your child-self have to say about it?
Alien invasions, arsenic and Molotov cocktails: UPCOMING BOOKS
Quantam physics means never having to say you're sorry.
By E.J. Iannelli
Tags: Arts & Culture, fiction contest, books
On the Road: The Story of Jimi Snakeskin
A Quixotic story with the characters of a Cohen brothers film and the dread of Easy Rider.
By Robert Salsbury
A dark, futuristic satire, this was our favorite story from this year's fiction contest.
Rose Blossoms at Midnight
Two Civil War soldiers discover they were fighting for the same purpose, though in two different armies.
By Matthew Blake Cardenas
'United States of Americana,' Kurt B. Reighley
Hipsters with mustaches? Same old, same old.
By Nicholas Deshais
NEW BOOKS: Goose-stuffing, radioactivity, autism, and Vladimir Putin
BOOKS TO READ FOR FUN: Life-long guilt, Nazis, opera and Martin Luther King
'How to Read the Air,' Dinaw Mengestu
Immigrants full of hope? Try immigrants consumed by old resentments.
Google eBookstore muddles an already convoluted ebook landscape
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'Moonlight Mile,' Dennis Lehane
What if a detective helps people but the people aren’t worth helping?
Robert Wrigley’s new book tries to understand where we find ourselves now.
By Anna Vodicka
Part ancient inscription, part futuristic vision, Timothy Ely’s books speak without words.
By Luke Baumgarten
Costly elders, Russian ballerinas, public toilets, the planet Pluto and Obama's re-election
Widows, ex-presidents and Marilyn Monroe's dog: Upcoming books
Succinct, Not Pithy
A young poet spent 10 minutes on a sestina. Now it’s going in The New Yorker.
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'An Object of Beauty,' Steve Martin
Steve Martin brings his funny to bear on the contemporary art world.
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
My opinion is that this is written with text
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on Aug 21, 2019
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