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‘A Happening of Monumental Proportions’ wastes a deep cast of stars

Daniel starts telling the kids about his job at a book company ... who runs the school with humorless inadequacy, and the usually hilarious Rob Riggle is stuck in a forgettable role as her ... read more

A Cry in the Dark: Dinah Lenney Interviews David L. Ulin

I wrote a series on political nonfiction for the Los Angeles Times in the run ... of print, and I didn’t want to change anything in that text because I wanted it to continue to exist. Books ... read more

Things From The Flood RPG Hits Kickstarter

Fria Ligan and team from Free League Publishing has taken to Kickstarter once again to launch their new role-playing game ... on Stålenhag’s first art book. That game was an instant hit, selling out i... read more

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Don’t End Your Audition on the Last Word

(You can watch a short video of the technique here.) By adding a second or two to the end of the scene, you calmly ease your way out of ... feature films “Buck Run” and “Fishbowl.” Along with having g... read more

Amazon Publishing takes on Europe; Kirshbaum to head U.S. unit in reorg

Victoria Griffith, who headed Amazon Publishing in Seattle, will move to Luxembourg in early 2013 to run the operations ... July by 47North. Short-form content has a home with Amazon Publishing as wel... read more

60 New Books to Read This Fall

The two-time Oscar winner goes deep on her lonely childhood and the shy, anxious interior that informed the roles (in ... (New York Review Books) Essays about essays — the kind that load you down, lif... read more

GOP SENATORS fend for themselves — KELLER OUT as chief of staff to PRECKWINKLE — FRERICHS talks override — EMANUEL’s next chapter

The short, foreboding ... plans to announce she’ll run for mayor. That’s supposed to take place Thursday in Hyde Park. — Mayor Rahm Emanuel has started his next chapter—literally. Alfred A. Knopf will ... read more

A Model for the Future of Education, and the Tech Shaping It

As such, if you have a kid age 8–18, you’ll want to get your hands on an incredibly inspirational novel written by my dear friend Ray Kurzweil called Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine. Danielle o... read more

We Evolved to Run—But We're Doing It All Wrong

In his new book ... your aversions is treadmills in gyms. Explain that—and why is it so much better to run outside? The treadmill was invented in the early 19th century, when penal philosophers were t... read more

Charmed, I'm Sure

In three short years Rowling, 34, has become one of the wealthiest women in England and the epicenter of a global madness. There are more than 8.2 million copies of her books in print in the United .. ... read more

The Words That Don’t Kill: Interview with Tetiana Savchynska

Publishers, together with translators, have worked hard to debunk these myths and to offer accessible high-quality books. There is now competition to print ... up and running. What’s your ... read more

The Opening of the Academic Mind

The state of higher education in America is one of those things, like the airline industry or publishing ... Louis Menand's The Marketplace of Ideas manages to do many things in four short essays—desc... read more

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