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New York Times bestselling author Max Brooks (“World War Z”) joined Carolyn Lamberson for a Northwest Passages Book Club livestream to discuss his new horror novel, “Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre” Thursday night.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has been proven to prevent certain types of oral and genital cancers and other health problems. However, in a study published this week in Lancet Public Health, researchers found that more than half of the parents of adolescents who have not received the HPV vaccine had no intention to initiate the vaccine series for their children.
There’s so much potential in Gregor Jordan’s “Dirt Music.” First, there’s the source material, Tim Winton’s Booker Prize-shortlisted 2002 novel of the same name.
In Jim Carrey’s new semi-autobiographical novel, “Memoirs and Misinformation,” there are flying saucers and a fire-bombing on Rodeo Drive, apocalyptic fires devouring Malibu and a mega-budget Hungry Hungry Hippos movie written by Kenneth Lonergan.
In an event that combined American literature, current events and the pursuit of happiness, the bus made famous by the book and film “Into the Wild” was airlifted Thursday afternoon by an Alaska National Guard helicopter.
NEW YORK – The National Book Critics Circle, founded 46 years ago, is seeking to reinvent itself.
NEW YORK — Padma Lakshmi's next book is designed for the children's table.
Here are the bestsellers for the week that ended Saturday, May 30, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by NPD BookScan © 2019 NPD Group.
Local author Ian Pisarcik’s debut novel “Before Familiar Woods” explores the consequences of avoiding people who fail to align with our preconceptions, particularly when it comes to children.
Missing your local library or wishing that you could start taking advantage of their children’s book section now that the kids are stuck at home? Luckily, there are many new online options. Authors, actors and local libraries all over the country are starting new read-aloud video series and book-borrowing programs every day.
It’s not Disney World, it’s not “Westworld,” it’s “Stranger World.” After an adventurous career outside writing, local author Jack Castle turned his attention toward fiction. Castle’s “Stranger World” series has made it onto Amazon’s Top 100 list for Exploration Science Fiction.
Local young adult author Chris Crutcher reached out to teachers on Facebook on Wednesday morning offering to “visit” their newly online classes.
For author Sarah Hulse, writing has been a beloved and lifelong pursuit. Fascinated by the lesser-reported ramifications of terror acts, her latest book, “Eden Mine,” explores the social and emotional impact of loving a family member even when they’ve done something unforgivable.
The critically acclaimed and award-winning novelist says the two genres have been historically undervalued and overlooked. But the craft of storytelling, even if it’s seen as formulaic, is difficult to master.