Books And Literature

Yale historian wins Parkman Prize for Frederick Douglass bio

May 7, 2019

Frederick Douglass biographer David W. Blight and debut novelist Tommy Orange among this year's winners of awards handed out by the Society of American Historians

Film producer and director Irwin Winkler spills the beans

May 6, 2019

Oscar-winning movie producer Irwin Winkler has lately looked over his hits _ and some misses _ for a lively new memoir, 'A Life in Movies: Stories from 50 Years in Hollywood'

Review: Laird Barron returns with an often bleak novel

May 6, 2019

Book review: Laird Barron's new novel, "Black Mountain," finds ex-mob enforcer Isaiah Coleridge working as a private investigator in the Catskills of upstate New York.

Review: Anna Quindlen tours the wild world of grandparenting

May 6, 2019

Book review: Take a trip to 'Nanaville' with wise and witty tour guide Anna Quindlen

Review: A gravesite meeting starts David Baldacci's thriller

May 6, 2019

Book review: Amos Decker, the man who cannot forget, wishes he could when his past comes back to haunt him in David Baldacci's latest thriller, 'Redemption'

Award to drop name of author tied to sterilization movement

May 6, 2019

The Vermont Department of Libraries is changing the name of a children's book award that honors an author and activist accused of once being connected to a movement that led to sterilizations

Self-improvement guru set to face 'sex slave' accusers

May 5, 2019

A man accused of forming a secret society and forcing women to have sex with him will face some of those who were once loyal followers when his federal trial gets underway

Neon Future: DJ Steve Aoki's comic book sees techno-optimism

May 4, 2019

Electronic music producer and DJ Steve Aoki imagines a future where humans live in harmony with technology, and he's sharing that vision in a new comic book series called "Neon Future."

Mexico governor to probe media over cartel toy distribution

May 3, 2019

The governor of the Mexican gulf coast state of Veracruz has asked authorities to investigate media outlets that published photos of toys apparently distributed by a drug cartel on Children's Day

Secluded Baltimore mayor resigns amid scandal

May 2, 2019

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has resigned amid an intensifying scandal and multiple investigations into the lucrative sales of her self-published children's books

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