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It’s Bad Sex Day on the Internet today. Of course, every day is bad sex day on the Internet. But today's bad sex is actually enjoyable, and it arrives via the respected Literary Review of London and its Bad Sex in Fiction Award. Call it coitus...
Over the last nine years of motherhood, I have had so many important moments with my boys thanks to books. When they were little, we would snuggle together and read board books until the pages were worn. In fact, I recently put a bin of these in the...
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "The Black Box" by Michael Connelly (Little, Brown, $27.99). Harry Bosch discovers that a bullet from a recent crime can be linked to a suspicious murder from decades ago. Last week: — 2. "Notorious Nineteen" by Janet...
This writing thing might work out after all for J.K. Rowling - the BBC wants to make a series out of her latest novel. Rowling, the U.K. novelist who became a billionaire from the "Harry Potter" series, will have her first adult novel, "The Casual...
This year a number of big name authors released new books. But for the most part those releases underwhelmed me. Instead I was enchanted by new writers and by new styles of writing. "The Gods of Gotham" by Lyndsay Faye, published by Amy Einhorn...
Tags: New York City, Book
I'm looking at the shelves in my living room and I stopped counting at 140 books with three shelves to go. That's just one room where I stash books. There's two others, plus an office, plus some boxes I've never unpacked, not to mention the digital bits...
Tags: Susan Cooper, Chicago Tribune, Clive Cussler, Authors
-------------------- The Antidote Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking Oliver Burkeman Faber & Faber: 256 pp, $25 -------------------- Oliver Burkeman's book "The Antidote" begins with thousands of people trying to think...
Never mind the Morlocks. For a book lover, the most chilling scene in the 1960 screen adaptation of "The Time Machine" is the one in which the Time Traveler is taken to the decrepit library of the Eloi race. "I can learn all I want about you from books,"...
Tags: Ray Bradbury, Apple iPad, Ernest Hemingway, Books, Joseph Heller
I'm going to tell you where to find The Sartorialist on Sunday, but you have to promise not to go dressed in outrageously chic street clothes. The Sartorialist -- Scott Shuman, fashion photographer and blogger -- is now so well-known that it's possible...
Tags: Google+, Social Media
Is it possible to say something profound, to create something beautiful or essential, 140 characters at a time? Of course it is! No it isn’t! Oops, that’s already 141 characters. Clearly, the writers in the first-ever Twitter Fiction...
Tags: BBC, Twitter, Inc., Arts and Culture, Festive Events, Authors
Roger Ebert may already be on the mend from a hairline fracture in his left leg, but there's news Thursday that may be enough to get him out of bed and dancing: His annual film festival, Ebertfest, received a $20,000 grant from the Academy of Motion...
LONDON – In a highly anticipated and lengthy report, a senior judge Thursday recommended that a new, independent regulatory authority be set up to monitor Britain’s raucous press and to crack down on media abuses such as phone hacking and...
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