Chasing the Wind with a Camera

A photographer sets off to capture a legendary wind of Provence. 

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"Maid" - A Conversation with Stephanie Land

Our conversation with Stephanie Land, who offers up her story as a primary source for what it is like to work at or below the poverty line, always wanting to get ahead but barely moving the needle.

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A Q&A with Mesha Maren on "Sugar Run"

"Fiction isn’t for role model building, fiction is doing something much more complicated and deeper than that..."

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Big Books on the Small Screen

Five books we recommend both reading and watching...

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Amazon's Best Books of February: Today's Releases

A magical historical novel set in 1930s Malaysia, two dystopian thrillers, a wonderfully quirky coming-of-age memoir, and the story of one of the grossest miscarriages of justice in Cleveland's history.

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Kindle Best Sellers in Prime Reading

These 15 books in Prime Reading made it to the top of their categories in literary fiction, mystery, romance, nonfiction, and children's books. (Psst: If you still haven't read The Handmaid's Tale, now's the time to snag it from Prime Reading!)

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of February: 5 Top Picks

Leopards, and spaceships, and dragons - oh, my!

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Rosamunde Pilcher (1924-2019)

The bestselling author of the beloved novel The Shell Seekers died Wednesday at the age of 94.

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Weekend Reading

Buckle up for winter and grab a book. Here is what we will be reading. 

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Wilco's Jeff Tweedy on "Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)"

The Wilco frontman talks to us about his new memoir, the creative process, and the dark twins of "dad rock" and "dad bods." And I talk about all the things we have in common.

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Here are the 2019 Audie Finalists

If the question you're asking yourself is what should I listen to next?, you should start here.

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Lee Miller's Life of Reinvention

Whitney Scharer brings Lee Miller out of Man Ray's shadow in her debut novel, The Age of Light

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How We Plotted "An Anonymous Girl" -- An Essay (and best-selling novel) by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

How do two authors, who live in two different cities, work together to write a best-selling novel? 

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YA Wednesday: Talking to Holly Black About "The Wicked King"

When Holly Black stopped by the offices recently we talked with her about The Wicked King, a hidden library, and Faerie movies, among other things.

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Robert Jackson Bennett on the Dangers of "Vigilance"

A powerful satire set in 2030 keeps the tension cranked high as citizens are admonished to remain vigilant at all times.

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