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  • "50 Shades! The Musical Parody" will play Chicago

    "50 Shades! The Musical Parody" will play Chicago
    “50 Shades! The Musical Parody” will return to Chicago next January for one week, Broadway in Chicago said on Tuesday. The musical, one of a number of shows riffing on E.L. James’ enormously popular series of erotic books, was last...
  • Two American authors make shortlist for Man Booker prize

    LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. writers captured only two of the six places on the Man Booker Prize 2014 shortlist announced on Tuesday, easing traditionalists' fears that Americans would dominate the contest now it is open for the first time to all authors...
  • Film Review: 'The Maze Runner'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - As world-creation YA pictures go, "The Maze Runner" feels refreshingly low-tech and properly story-driven, based on James Dashner's popular 2009 fantasy novel. Much of the action unfolds in a large field, and the spidery...
  • 'No Man's Land' brings global voice to stories of World War I

    "No Man's Land: Fiction From a World at War 1914-1918," edited by Pete Ayrton; Pegasus (572 pages, $15.95) One hundred years ago this week, British and French forces defeated the German army during World War I in the Battle of the Marne. More than 2...
  • Wendy Davis' new memoir details the Texas candidate's abortions

    The political memoir is a strange thing. For politicians seeking major office, it's almost a requirement, and it's governed by some unwritten rules: It should be relatively uncontroversial, it should feature stories about the candidate rising above...
  • While others exit, MGM wants back in to Atlantic City gambling

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - As other companies abandon the New Jersey gambling hub of Atlantic City, MGM Resorts International could learn on Wednesday whether it will be allowed to re-enter the market as regulators review an old business deal that prompted...
  • Wethersfield's New Library Director Trades City Life For Suburbs

    WETHERSFIELD — New Library Director Brook Berry has traded the bustle of Manhattan for the suburban charm of Wethersfield, and she couldn't be happier. "I'm really, really excited to be here," said Berry, who came to town after nearly 16 years at...
  • ‘Annihilator': Frazer Irving crafts L.A. dreamscape for Hollywood tale

     
    A few years ago, comic book creator Grant Morrison talked to Hero Complex about “a big science fiction story set […]...
  • Authors On Vintage Baseball, Auto Racing And Cats Giving Talks At Twain House

    Authors On Vintage Baseball, Auto Racing And Cats Giving Talks At Twain House
    Books about auto racing, baseball and cats will be discussed at programs at the Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford, and writing workshops and courses are being offered there. >>On Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m., five experts from...
  • Award-winning fantasy novelist Graham Joyce has died at 59

    Award-winning fantasy novelist Graham Joyce has died at 59
    British fantasy novelist Graham Joyce has died, his publisher Gollancz confirms. The 59-year-old had been battling cancer since 2013. Joyce was an award-winning writer, recipient of multiple British Fantasy Awards, an O. Henry Prize and the World...
  • 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago

    'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago
    "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" (Picador 2000), the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Chabon, is this year's selection for One Book, One Chicago, the Chicago Public Library announced Friday. The story is about Joe Kavalier and Sammy...