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2014: A Year in Review
Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus, ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas, and A Christmas Carol
Micah Nathan is the author of the collection Jack the Bastard and Other Stories, along with the internationally…
When America entered World War II in 1941, we faced an enemy that had banned and burned over 100 million books and…
The United States military currently views cyberspace as the “fifth domain” of warfare (alongside land, air, sea,…
From the Olympics to the NBA Finals, from the World Series to the Tour de France, from high-tech labs in Canberra and…
Obstacle course races and mud runs such as Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, Warrior Dash, Rugged Maniac, and Muddy Buddy are…
Bad Paper is a riveting exposé, a moving story of an unlikely friendship, and a gritty narrative of how scrappy…
Derrick Bowman's sophomore year is a grind. He's been looking forward to the basketball season all summer, but his…
If only her father weren’t addicted to meth. If only she wasn’t such a bad girl (according to her mother). If only…
In 1938, nineteen-year-old ranch hand Bud Frazer sets out for Hollywood with his sights set on becoming a stunt rider in…
A small town girl leaves her troubled family and starts stripping—which introduces her to a community that keeps her…
With stories by Washington Irving, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mark Twain, Louisa May Alcott, L. Frank Baum, Edith Wharton,…
Adolescence now lasts longer than ever before. And as world-renowned expert on adolescent psychology Dr. Laurence…
This week on Book Talk we address a very sobering topic that seems to be everywhere in the news right now: Domestic…
Young art curator Ernst Vogler travels to Italy on what is supposed to be a brief assignment: escorting the…
Kate Maruyama - Harrowgate... Michael should be overjoyed by the birth of his son, but his wife, Sarah won't let him…
Serena is a Bermudian jazz singer whose mental health problems lead her to abandon her daughter “Artie.” Artie’s…
Photo Week with Jonathan & Danielle Leder, Tom Rupolo, and Lyle Owerko
When is the work of two people together greater than what either could do on their own? As long as we’ve been…
Four Corners is a bare-knuckled debut novel by Wally Rudolph, written in the style of Daniel Woodrell, Barry Hannah, and…
Wendy C. Ortiz was an only child and a bookish, insecure girl living with alcoholic parents in the San Fernando Valley…
Everybody’s fighting in Maximilian’s world: a couple of cranky tías who, like lucha libre rudos, will stop at…
The Amado Women is the story of four very different women, linked by birth struggling to reconnect.
While on assignment in Greece, journalist James Nestor witnessed something that confounded him: a man diving 300 feet…
The story of the dramatic transformation of Detroit from "Motortown" to the "arsenal of democracy," featuring Edsel…
In times of change, American novelists return to old themes. In Cold Type—as in Arthur Miller's Death of a…
When Penny's flaky, ghost-hunting mother sends her to a "friend's" inn in Maine for Christmas break, Penny doesn't…
Born in Sweetwater, West Virginia, with a mop of flaming red hair and a map of the world rendered in port-wine stains…
What’s red, round, and dirty when it’s brand new? Would you believe . . . a major league baseball? You might think…
George Cameron Grant is the internationally produced author of 10 full-length plays, over 20 one acts, and countless…
It’s June. And that means we are already half way through 2014. Pretty scary, isn’t it. This week on Book talk I…
Breaking Up is a journey toward self-discovery around the break-up of a relationship. The book takes the reader from…
Conventional wisdom dictates that our genetic destiny is fixed at conception. But Dr. Moalem's groundbreaking book shows…
No one sees the world as Jason Padgett does. Water pours from the faucet in crystalline patterns, numbers call to mind…
Following author Barry Reeves’ move from his native Ireland to New York City, A Shot in the Dark chronicles his…
“The Blonde, buff Couperthwaite is a simple feast for the eyes (one can just sense Tennessee smiling down from…
Wonderland is a look into the life of a 40-something female rock star and that moment when she decides whether to go…
Tracy Beckerman writes the syndicated humor column, LOST IN SUBURBIA which is carried weekly by the NJN Publishing…
Man versus Ball follows Hart's adventures around the country as he undertakes new missions, often with unexpected…
Drawing Autism by Jill Mullin Over the last decade autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has become an international topic of…
Perhaps the most collaborative of all the literature movements was the one know famously known as the Beat Generation.…
From backyards to boardrooms, instead of feeling powerless there is something you can do. After each poem are…
Today Kory interviews author Michael McKinley.
The hour has come to speak of troubled times. It is time we spoke of Skullyville." Thus begins Rose Goode's story of her…
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This week on Book Talk, we take a look at 2014’s column Briefly Noted in search for some of the hottest new prints…
Taken to a mental hospital by the police, MacLean then started to hallucinate so severely he had to be tied down. Soon…
At birth, Peter Huang is given the Chinese name Juan Chuan, “powerful king.” To his parents, newly settled in…
If we’re obsessed with being thin more so than ever before, why are Americans stricken with chronic illnesses, such as…
This story came to me in a flash during one of my darkest moments. It was a cold, dark, and rainy evening in December.
Dave Crenshaw is the master of helping business owners triumph over chaos.

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