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"The Shepherd's Life" is James Rebanks’s "captivating" book about his family’s sheep farm. @michikokakutani reviews: http://nyti.ms/1Kz9nfH
.@johngreen @lenadunham @jenniferweiner and others discuss what they learned from Judy Blume. http://nyti.ms/1I2SRHp
.@johngreen @lenadunham @jenniferweiner and others discuss what they learned from Judy Blume. http://nyti.ms/1I2SP2k
"The Shepherd's Life" is James Rebanks’s "captivating" book about his family’s sheep farm. @michikokakutani reviews: http://nyti.ms/1FQl9Bf
Few authors since Edmund Morris have "dared reckon with Reagan’s life in full." Jeff Shesol on H. W. Brands's effort: http://nyti.ms/1FPdBP7
Stephen King returns to a favorite subject: the dynamic between famous authors and their fans. Janet Maslin's review: http://nyti.ms/1FpcXFL
Baz Dreisinger reviews Mat Johnson’s novel "Loving Day," about race and mixed-race in America. http://nyti.ms/1AFLa7x pic.twitter.com/zJQzxWGD1M
"I would be infinitely happier to win a contest that included male entrants." Zoë Heller on prizes, in Bookends: http://nyti.ms/1eIxIFZ
The season’s horror books include Clive Barker’s “The Scarlet Gospels” and Andrew Pyper’s “The Damned.” http://nyti.ms/1eIxEpC
In new Author's Note essay, Ann Packer ponders: What do writers do when it’s time to start something new? http://nyti.ms/1ByntZN
Eliza Kennedy’s "frenetic and funny" first novel stars a young lawyer named Lily having serious doubts about marriage http://nyti.ms/1eIxkYb
Matthew Pearl’s new novel, about literary pirates, "is imbued with the twilight romance ... of a final grand caper." http://nyti.ms/1HWzKi1
In Hollywood roundup, Lisa Schwarzbaum on books about Alfred Hitchcock, Judy Garland and more. http://nyti.ms/1d6CPPd pic.twitter.com/mN9zZA7i8A
Drawn and Quarterly's 25th anniversary brings "an exuberantly entertaining anthology of short comics." http://nyti.ms/1BymPLT
Laura Lippman reviews Stephen King’s “Finders Keepers,” the second entry in a planned trilogy: http://nyti.ms/1eIxheQ
What if Earth’s moon suddenly broke into seven large pieces? Neal Stephenson answers in "Seveneves." http://nyti.ms/1PVPFBy
A "beautifully written" new book tells of the daughters of samurai families who were “volunteered” for study abroad. http://nyti.ms/1Fm6riU
In big roundup of new humor books, Michael Ian Black reviews Dave Barry, Brad Garrett and more. http://nyti.ms/1Fm6aN5
This season's cookbooks include a collection of "genius" dishes and a "poetically written" guide to chicken: http://nyti.ms/1ByngWv
Genevieve Valentine on new science fiction and fantasy, including Terry Pratchett’s “A Blink of the Screen.” http://nyti.ms/1eIwSc8
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