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Month: April 2017

David Baldacci Quickly Pens Another Thriller, ‘The Fix’

David Baldacci’s new thriller, “The Fix,” (Grand Central Publishing, $29) is the prolific writer’s third novel in six months. It still boggles his mind that he gets to do this for a living. “My ambitions were pretty modest (when starting out),” Baldacci told the Star-Telegram in 2014. “I spent […] Click here to view original web page at...

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On The ‘Read’ Again: Authors, Readers Gathering Saturday In Old Alabama Town

Buy Photo Come and "Take the Read Less Traveled" with an explosion of literature in Montgomery’s Old Alabama Town this Saturday. With author readings, workshops, vendors and exhibitors, author signings, an open mic stage and a lively activity area for children, this is Alabama’s premier literary event. Alabama Book […] Click here to view original web page at...

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NYU Alumnus Tyehimba Jess Wins Pulitzer Prize

Collage by Julia Saliba Tyehimba Jess, left, won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry for his “Olio.” Surya Mattu, center, and Micki McElya, right, were finalists for explanatory reporting and general nonfiction, respectively. NYU’s own Tyehimba Jess, a 2004 alumnus of the Graduate School of Arts and Science, was recently […] Click here to view original web page at...

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