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Amy Gustine’s debut short story collection, You Should Pity Us Instead, will prove that you don’t have to “write what you know”. https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/amy-gustine/
Kirkus Reviews talks to Amy Gustine about her debut story collection, You Should Pity Us Instead.
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A wild tennis match filled with historic characters and the conquering of the Aztecs? It’s no wonder Álvaro Enrigue’s newest novel is called ‘impossible-to-categorize’. https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/alvaro-enrigue/
Kirkus Reviews talks to Álvaro Enrigue about his new novel, Sudden Death.
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Jeff Garvin's YA novel 'Symptoms of Being Human' explores friendships and personal identity while being "funny, poignant, and educational." Read this for how well Garvin captures the "fish-out-of-water feelings" of his main character, says blogger Jennie K. at Forever YA: http://ow.ly/Y8u4D
Forever YA blogger Jennie K. reviews Jeff Garvin's novel 'Symptoms of Being Human'.
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“Abraham Lincoln was just like you and me” but with maybe a bit more ambition. We talk to Stephen Harrigan about his 10th book, 'A Friend of Mr. Lincoln,’ a historical novel about Lincoln as a young man. http://ow.ly/XXyFS
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In his new novel 'The Queen of the Night', Alexander Chee explores the opera world where we encounter romance, spies, and the mystique of Lilliet Berne and her rare talent of a voice. Features writer Megan Labrise speaks with Chee about the incredibly high standards to which his heroine is held. http://ow.ly/XU0lF
Kirkus Reviews talks to Alexander Chee about his new novel, The Queen of the Night.
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Deportation didn’t faze him, MLK Jr. made his first trip out of the states to visit him, and his knowledge of cricket landed him a reporting gig. C.L.R. James led a fascinating life and his only work of fiction has now turned 80! Join contributing editor Gregory McNamee as he celebrates James and Minty Alley. http://ow.ly/XRlBx
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This memoir that started out as a therapeutic practice for author Ellis Avery may just change the way you see the little things. https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/ellis-avery/
Kirkus Reviews talks to Ellis Avery about her new collection of essays, The Family Tooth.
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New York Times bestselling hybrid author, Jennifer Armentrout, spills the beans and shares the secrets to success https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/jennifer-l-armentrout/
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'Last Stop on Market Street' is a groundbreaking choice for the Newbery but in ways that at first aren’t entirely obvious. http://ow.ly/XZvFH
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What's new in the graphic novel world? Blogger Patrick Hester profiles new books that continue the storylines of major franchises like The X-Files, Doctor Who, and more: http://ow.ly/XXsly
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"All of these are sure bets," writes SF Signal blogger John DeNardo in his post on speculative fiction books publishing in February. While that probably won't help your narrow down your TBR pile, it'll sure get you excited for great, new books! http://ow.ly/XUK8e
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“A political identity is always a negotiation, between what it demands and who we are,” says Daniel Oppenheimer, author of Exit Right. Alexia Nader speaks with Oppenheimer about switching sides and what that's meant for those, including Ronald Reagan, who did. http://ow.ly/XRl7g
Kirkus Reviews talks to Daniel Oppenheimer about his debut novel, Exit Right: The People Who Left the Left and Reshaped the American Century
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