Poetry: r.h. Sin's "She Felt Like Feeling Nothing"

This month, poet r.h. Sin releases a new collection, "She Felt Like Feeling Nothing." Here's one poem about the weathering of heartbreak. Happy National Poetry Month!

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"The Oracle Year": How Did That Happen?

Charles Soule—author of our April debut spotlight pick, The Oracle Year—talks about how the novel came about, and what he thinks we all believe in. 

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Damian Dibben's Top Six Literary Dogs

Six dogs—real and fictional—who have influenced the core of Western literature.

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Poetry: Najwa Zebian's "Mind Platter"

This week for National Poetry month, we showcase a small but mighty poem from Lebanese-Canadian writer Najwa Zebian.

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"They are people, flawed like the rest of us."

If you're riding a bus, watch out: Jonathan Evison might be watching you. The Lawn Boy author discusses creating—and inhabiting—the characters at the heart of his fiction.

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Big-Hearted Books for Your Gal-entine or Valentine

These seven emotionally charged novels will wow your favorite reader.

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

The start of a fantastic new fantasy trilogy, and the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair dishes...

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Best Books of the Year: Literature & Fiction

You'll find a who's who of literary luminaries, and some (not so) hidden gems, too...

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Amazon's Best Books of November

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2017 Kirkus Prize Winners Announced

Kirkus names its picks for the best fiction, nonfiction, and young readers' books among those that gained starred Kirkus reviews this year.

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The Lore of "Lore"

Aaron Mahnke tells us about how his popular podcast began, the recent jump of "Lore" to books and TV, and whether he believes in ghosts.

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, a Halloween read, an uncomfortable Gay Talese encounter, something for kid chefs, and more.

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Rupi Kaur Breaks New Ground with "The Sun and Her Flowers"

Rupi Kaur, a worldwide poet phenomenon, speaks with us about her brand-new poetry book, the sun and her flowers, and the other projects that get her creative juices flowing.

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Danielle Steel on How She Gave a Familiar Fairytale a New Spin

Danielle Steel answers our questions about evil stepbrothers, her love for California's Napa Valley, and how she keeps every book different.

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Strange Books to Get You Ready for "Stranger Things 2"

Five books to whet your appetite for more bloodthirsty creatures, more evil, and more kids to the rescue.

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