A Genre’s Woman Problem | Mystery BackTalk, December 2013

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Award-winning author Hilary Davidson decries crime fiction’s violent misogyny

Janet Dailey, 1944–2013: Random Thoughts | In the Bookroom

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Library Journal‘s longtime romance columnist Kristin Ramsdell honors the passing of a genre pioneer.

Q&A: Andy Weir

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An interview with Andy Weir, author of The Martian.

Adventures in Editorial Scholarship: An Interview with Sandra Spanier

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While letter collections are not new, it may take a writer like Hemingway, with a larger-than-life reputation, to bring attention to their value as literary companions.

Living, Dying, Surviving, and Striving | What We’re Reading

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This week we’re traveling via books to Florida, Iwo Jima, China, England, even Omaha, NE

Spoken Word Grammy Nominees

And the Grammy nominees are…

Liars, Journalists, Swans, and Dark Defiers | What We’re Reading

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Library Journal/School Library Journal staffers are enjoying YA/new adult titles, historical fiction and nonfiction, and some online comics.

Q+A: Marc Thompson, narrator

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Narrator Marc Thompson on being the voice of Star Wars audiobooks

Q&A: Jonathan Coulton on Music, Crowdsourcing, and Fan Engagement

Musician Jonathan Coulton discusses creativity, collaboration, and crowdsourcing

Post-Thanksgivukah Time Travels | What We’re Reading

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Library Journal staffers had some time to read and re-read a few good books over the long weekend. Here’s what was on our post-holiday platters. Mahnaz Dar, Associate Editor, Library Journal Reviews As a young impressionable college student, I read Donna Tartt’s The Secret History and, of course, hungered for more Tartt. As she only […]

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