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Tomine & Beaton & Drawn & Quarterly: Yes, This
When Adrian Tomine's new collection – Killing and Dying – arrived in the mail from Drawn & Quarterly a while ago, I was knocked out by the beauty of the object itself.

1:40PM Sat. Sep. 19, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Lit-urday: The Day the Crayons Came Home
I don’t specifically remember giving voice to the plight of my crayons, but I was one of those kids that personified every plastic dinosaur, every trinket, every doll (almost all of them named Bob).

10:38PM Fri. Sep. 11, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival 2015: The Mighty 300
What event could bring together Gary Hart and John Sununu, Jonathan Lethem and Lemony Snicket, Taye Diggs and Leonard Pitts, Robert Christgau and Jessica Hopper? The Texas Book Festival, natch. And for its 20th edition, the annual lit extravaganza has booked a record 300 authors.

3:50PM Fri. Sep. 4, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

The Remains of the Papers
The Harry Ransom Center's already substantial holdings of British authors just took another leap forward with the acquisition of the archive of Booker Prize-winning novelist Kazuo Ishiguro.

10:40AM Tue. Aug. 25, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Who Do You Love?
International bestselling author Jennifer Weiner just released her 12th book, Who Do You Love. The sure-to-be smash is a classic love story, told over the course of two decades, twisted up with modern cultural observations and maybe just a miniature ode to Save the Last Dance and When Harry Met Sally.

10:30AM Tue. Aug. 18, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Texas Teen Book Festival: The 2015 Lineup
She can tell you how to get to Sesame Street. And she can tell you a lot more about her life pre-PBS when she headlines the 2015 Texas Teen Book Festival. Sonia Manzano, who had generations of the show's fans sighing when she announced that she'd be leaving the role of Maria, will be the keynote speaker for the Sept. 26 event.

10:00AM Mon. Aug. 17, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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Lit-urday: The Same Sky
It's been a long week, and now you deserve to have one day when you can curl up with a good book – let's call it Lit-urday. Maybe the thing to make you feel better about your week is to read about someone struggling in a city very familiar to you. Or maybe it's to read about someone whose struggles are a world away from yours. Or maybe it's to read about both. In one book.

10:30AM Sun. Aug. 16, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

How Many Fables in the Naked City?
Because there’s fables, and then there’s fables.

10:30AM Thu. Aug. 13, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Your Saturday’s a Boldly Bookish Thing
Wake up in a bed covered with vintage mystery paperbacks, your new audio player vibrating the air with an old Caedmon recording of Sylvia Plath reading her poems, some medium-roast Jamaican Blue Mountain automatically dripping into its glass pot near that battered copy of John Crowley’s Engine Summer

10:01AM Fri. Aug. 7, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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