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Our Favorite Book “Director’s Cuts”
For better or worse, the “director’s cut” has become ubiquitous in film. It’s almost a given that the home version of a popular...
8 Book Recommendations for Our Favorite Avengers
It’s a tough job, saving the world, and when you have to do it with the regularity that the Avengers do, well, I can only imagine it wears you down....
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7 Books That Should Be on Your Required Summer Reading List
Required summer reading: occasionally awesome, but more often than not, a stack of unexciting books that sits around gathering dust until the very last...
The 5 Best Single-Author Anthologies
Novels tend to get all the attention. Sure, they can absorb us for long periods of time, but short stories are often more challenging to write, because...
books you were born for
Books to Read Based on Your Birth Order
Maybe you’re the seventh of twelve, or maybe you’re the first of one; whichever it is, your birth order definitely has an effect on your...
The Works of Terry Pratchett: A Primer
Terry Pratchett died last week at the age of 66, after a lengthy and public struggle with early-onset Alzheimer’s. He left behind an astonishing body...
Neil Gaiman on Dangerous Fiction, His First Short Story, and Trigger Warning
Neil Gaiman is a remarkably affable fellow. Even a few minutes after finishing signing several hundred books, even several minutes before heading out...
10 Reasons We're Inviting Neil Gaiman and Daniel Handler to Our Next Dinner Party
Alone, Neil Gaiman and Daniel Handler are plenty charming. But in conversation together, as they were last night at BAM, they comprise a charm offensive...
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February's Top Picks in Science Fiction & Fantasy
From a new book of short stories from one of the masters of the genre, to new books that revisit your favorite science fictional universes, to...
7 Books for Readers Who Love Haruki Murakami
The first time you read Murakami, it can be a disorienting experience. One minute, a character is just sitting there, drinking tea or doing some other...
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5 Great Stocking Stuffer Books
Selecting the stocking stuffer is an art. Fill a stocking with purely candy and tiny treats, and it’s Halloween. At the same time, I’ve yet to discover...
7 Books to Scare You Silly This Winter
Even though I’m a big scaredy cat, I love all things horror. I’m always up for creepy books and scary movies, even if it means I’ll be sleeping with...