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Book News for Friday, September 7, 2007
, September 7, 2007 1:40 PM
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night:
at age 88. Known for her amazing body of work, with
A Wrinkle in Time
being the most famous and perhaps the most controversial of her books (it has been on the most frequently banned books list for years), she toyed with a few little hot topics such as, death, spirituality, philosophy, and morality. We've lost a great one.
Booker Prize Short List:
The short list for the
is announced. My favorite literary prize, by far.
Of note on the list, the subject of our first
Out of the Book
film made the cut!
Powell's Interview: George Saunders, Author of 'Lincoln in the Bardo'
by Jill Owens
Black Lives Matter: Recommended Reading
by Powell's Staff
The True Story of the Rorschach Test
by Damion Searls
George Saunders's Playlist for 'Lincoln in the Bardo'
Headspace: The Final Frontier of the Brain
by Niki Kapsambelis
Portrait of a Bookseller
On the Table
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