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  • 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, and was awarded last year to American author Madeline Miller for her debut novel, "The Song of Achilles."
  • 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...

    John Waters Brings His Filthy World to New London

    John Waters Brings His Filthy World to New London
    John Waters — This Filthy World 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Garde Arts Center, 325 State St., New London. (860) 444-7373, gardearts.org   A discussion with John Waters is that rarest of celebrity things: an actual discussion. He's happy to reel...

    Best-selling author Jane Green to speak about 'Family Pictures' at Baltimore Sun Book Club

    Best-selling author Jane Green to speak about 'Family Pictures' at Baltimore Sun Book Club
    As the author of 14 best-selling novels — with a new book coming out in March — Jane Green is one of the country's most popular chick-lit writers. And yet she has this to say about her life as an author: "Every now and then, my 13-year-old son...

    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...