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Free e-books become latest craze

NEW YORK — James Patterson’s latest best-seller, “The Angel Experiment,” is a little different from

Updike, prize-winning novelist, dies

He was often praised for his poetic style. NEW YORK — John Updike, the Pulitzer Prize-winning

Author Rushdie remains lightning rod for protests

NEW YORK — Nearly 20 years after being driven underground by a religious decree, he is now Sir

Writers welcome Obama as literary president-elect

Obama is viewed as a man of words. NEW YORK — Last winter, Nobel laureate Toni Morrison

Family: Crichton has died of cancer

Michael Crichton, the million-selling author who made scientific research terrifying and

Peter Matthiessen among finalists for National Book Award

The awards will be handed out Nov. 19 in New York. NEW YORK — Talk about second chances:

Solzhenitsyn work to be released in entirety for first time in English

‘The First Circle’ was completed in 1964 and so angered Soviet officials that at one point, the

Brother dishes about Madonna

‘Madonna’s true love is herself,’ Ciccone says in memoir “Life With My Sister Madonna” by

New online Progressive Book Club mixes pleasure with politics

The club’s founder said the idea for the club happened a few years ago. NEW YORK — For the

Publishers are planning a wave of Obama books for summer, fall

Two children’s books on Obama will hit the shelves. NEW YORK — Book publishers couldn’t wait

Picking up the pieces

Frey gets a second chance — this time, with a novel “Bright Shiny Morning” by James Frey

Penguin tale tops library association’s list of ‘challenged’ books — again

Overall, library challenges are down, and the Internet may be one reason why, one ALA director

Angelou at 80: Life’s an adventure

The poet has led a colorful and active life. NEW YORK — It takes just seconds to leave behind

CHILDREN’S 2008 BOOK AWARDS The American Library Association gave its seals of approval Monday to the best in children’s literature.

NEW YORK — A Baltimore librarian’s classroom project is now part of publishing history. “Good

Publishing’s hits and misses in 2007

NEW YORK — It was the “confession” that nobody wanted to read in 2007 — at least until they had the

Johnson, Weiner, Hass, Alexie win NBAs

NEW YORK — With the United States fighting an increasingly unpopular war in Iraq, stories of

Inside ‘The Outsiders’

TULSA, Okla. — Beyond its cluster of office towers, Tulsa is a city built close to the ground, a

READ LIST FOR FALL

NEW YORK — This fall’s most star-studded book tour will feature Joan Didion, Seymour Hersh, Doris

Book on male penguins tops ‘challenged’ list

‘And Tango Makes Three’ is based on the true story of two male penguins raising a baby penguin.

Barnes & Noble won’t stock O.J. Simpson’s new book

NEW YORK — If you’re hoping to buy O.J. Simpson’s “If I Did It,” don’t expect to find a copy at

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