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Zipline Readings?

Check out the funny video below. Thanks to GalleyCat, I stumbled upon a video sketch from the ever-hysterical Conan O’brien that featured author lookalikes from famous Joyce Carol Oates, Maya Angelou, and Thomas Wolfe doing readings while riding across a … Continue reading

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BEA Interview with Author Adam Mansbach

Book Expo America was an author and star — or rather star-turned-author — studded event this year. After aisle grazing for a few hours, we happened upon author Adam Mansbach, whose most recent book, Go the F**k to Sleep has … Continue reading

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In Print: The Beatles

This has been a good week for Beatles fans, as three separate Beatles-related books have made the news. 1. Via GalleyCat, I read that Abrams will be publishing Living in the Material World: George Harrison — an illustrated book that … Continue reading

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Last Words

Thanks to the beloved GalleyCat Twitter feed, I happened upon a link to Flavorwire — tweeted by BookBench — that had a list of 20 famous last lines in literature. I sifted through the list quickly, amused by the lines … Continue reading

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App Happy: Everyday

I’m not a fan of quirky applications for my iPhone. In fact, with the exception of two games — yes, one is Angry Birds, but the other is Scrabble — my phone is half-full of applications that are practical and … Continue reading

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