Q&A: Robin Rinaldi

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LJ talks to the author of The Wild Oats Project to find out how the experiment worked out—and if she’d do it all over again.

F1000’s Vitek Tracz: Redefining Scientific Communication

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Tracz, a scientific publishing pioneer and founder of F1000 and previously of BioMed Central and Current Opinions journals discusses the upcoming launch of a comprehensive workspace for scientists.

Fiction from Alcott, Jin, and Liss | Audiobook Reviews, March 15, 2015

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An essential new recording of Alcott’s time-honored novel; Jin is highly recommended for lovers of cerebral spy fiction and literary fiction; Liss’s latest will add a welcome touch of class to any audio collection.

Fashion Is Our Passion: Design Titles Fit for All Collections

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For anyone who collects, wears, or is interested in vintage fashion; a brief historical overview of the interplay of fashion and dance; museums as collectors and exhibitors of fashion; the American and French fashion industries.

Q&A: Gwendolyn Womack | Debut Spotlight

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From the start, Womack’s The Memory Painter grabs the reader with images of half-remembered lives, confused and frightened characters struggling to stay sane, and portents of danger.

It’s Not Easy Being Green | French on Fridays

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Don your emerald-green pantsuit and tell me about your favorite Irish or Irish American books.

Those Were the Daze | Memoir

The Rainman's Third Cure

The spirit of the Sixties hovers over all of the books in this month’s memoir column.

RIP Cathie Linz: A Librarian & Romance Writer

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The romance world and librarianship mourn the loss of author/librarian Cathie Linz

Some Things Change, Others… | What We’re Reading

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A few LJ/School Library Journal/Junior Library League folks talk about our literary obsessions this week.

Top Indie Fiction: 13 Key Spring Titles Beyond the Best Sellers List

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Abdou’s fresh story about family–work tensions and the cultural divide; Busman’s language is toughly lyric; Doten is utterly surreal; an intense, spot-on investigation of destructive behavior from Gerard; Hossain daringly shows us war

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