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  • State Heroine Prudence Crandall Opened Doors

    State Heroine Prudence Crandall Opened Doors
    In September 1886, a solitary, blue-capped figure on a Columbia Expert bicycle approached a house in Elk Falls, Kansas, as rain obscured the green hills. The rider was George B. Thayer, who had cycled more than 3,600 miles around the country, starting...
  • Chicago pub hosts 'Ulysses' reading for Bloomsday

    Chicago pub hosts 'Ulysses' reading for Bloomsday
    The fictional dead of Dublin — stately, plump Buck Mulligan, Leopold and Molly Bloom — will come alive tonight in Chicago. To mark Bloomsday, which celebrates James Joyce's "Ulysses," his characters will speak in Latin and vulgarities and...
  • Alexandra Milchan on Board Cambodian Spy Thriller 'Supernotes'

    Alexandra Milchan has acquired movie rights to "Supernotes," the story of an Italian CIA-trained intelligence office who escaped from Cambodian prison in 2008. Milchan, an exec producer on "The Wolf of Wall Street," will produce through her Emjag...
  • Photo tour of Virginia's rivers a delight for nature lovers

    Photo tour of Virginia's rivers a delight for nature lovers
    For most of us, the mystique and grand beauty of America's rivers are breathtaking. Author Will Daniel pays homage locally with "My Virginia Rivers." This 250-page photography book takes forays into local geography, historical distinctions and ongoing...
  • Settlement reached with states in Apple e-book price-fixing case

    Settlement reached with states in Apple e-book price-fixing case
    Apple has settled a portion of its e-book price-fixing case involving several state governments which were seeking up to $840 million on behalf of consumers. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed in a document filed Monday with a U.S. Federal...
  • In 'How Not to Be Wrong' Jordan Ellenberg makes math meaningful

    In 'How Not to Be Wrong' Jordan Ellenberg makes math meaningful
    In "How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking," Jordan Ellenberg writes about when it's a good idea to buy lottery tickets, why tall parents have shorter children, a dead fish in an MRI machine, and overperforming mutual funds. Because he'...
  • Jared Leto to Replace Will Smith in Legendary's 'Brilliance'

    In what would mark his first major role since winning the best supporting actor Oscar for his perf in "Dallas Buyers Club," sources tell Variety that Jared Leto is in talks to star in Legendary's "Brilliance." He would be replacing Will Smith, who was...
  • A literary map to end all literary maps

    A literary map to end all literary maps
    Charles Dickens would recognize the curve of the river and the placement of the streets -- but he would be surprised to learn that his "Bleak House" is right across the street from something called "Fight Club." The good folks at the British...
  • Young adult market opens up a new world for authors

    Young adult market opens up a new world for authors
    Seth Fishman gave up on his third novel in 2010. A literary agent who studied with Chang-Rae Lee at Princeton University and represents acclaimed author Téa Obreht, Fishman had written two unpublished books before finishing a thriller about a poison...
  • J.D. Salinger fascination drives two new books

    J.D. Salinger fascination drives two new books
    The famously reclusive J.D. Salinger wouldn't allow himself to be known. And yet assorted authors continue to probe his life. Inevitably, they are forced to reiterate the same few scattered facts other scribes have pored over before. That's the fate...
  • 'Twee' author Marc Spitz on his nod to a subculture gone too far

    'Twee' author Marc Spitz on his nod to a subculture gone too far
    The subtitle of "Twee" (It Books: 354 pp, $16.99 paper), Marc Spitz's new cultural history, says it all: "The Gentle Revolution in Music, Books, Television, Fashion, and Film." How we so "gently" arrived here, however, needs an explanation. In Spitz's...