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  • Incendiary as ever

    Incendiary as ever
    The best novelists are those whose voice is unmistakable and whose hand is invisible upon the page. I’m not talking about the show-off “experimentalists” whose stylistic convolutions twist the life out of their plots and characters and whose egos surpass their skills. I’m talking about novelists whose writing you’d recognize if they used a pseudonym.
  • Jennifer Lawrence to star in adaptation of 'Rules of Inheritance'

    Jennifer Lawrence to star in adaptation of 'Rules of Inheritance'
    Academy Award winner -- and "Girl on Fire" -- Jennifer Lawrence will star in and produce "The Rules of Inheritance," Deadline Hollywood confirms.  The film is an adaptation of Claire Bidwell's Smith 2012 memoir of the same title, about her parents'...

    Buy the lady a drink: Baileys to sponsor women's fiction prize

    This post has been corrected, as indicated below. Baileys liquor has been announced as the new sponsor of the British-based women's fiction prize, formerly the Orange Prize. This year's winner will receive an award of close to $46,000 in a ceremony...

    Women's Fiction prize returns, announces longlist

    Hilary Mantel, Zadie Smith and Barbara Kingsolver are among the finalists for the $45,000 Women's Prize, known formerly as the Orange Prize, which released its longlist today.  The annual prize honors  a work of fiction written in English by a woman,...

    Throwback Thursday: Our 1963 review of J.D. Salinger

    Throwback Thursday: Our 1963 review of J.D. Salinger
    Fifty years ago, J.D. Salinger was a bestseller.  In June 1963, Salinger was making top 10 lists with his book "Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters," which also included "Seymour: An Introduction." That the two long stories (or short novellas) had...