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The B&N Podcast: Kate DiCamillo on the Light Inside

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The creator of modern classics like "Because of Winn Dixie" and "The Tale of Despereaux" joins us to talk about the experiences that feed her fiction, and her latest book, "Beverly, Right Here."

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The B&N Podcast: Shea Serrano on the Art of the List

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The author of "Movies (and Other Things)" returns to talk about the things he loves in movies (and other things) and what makes them important to us all.

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The Topeka School

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In the new novel from the author of "Leaving the Atocha Station," the boundary between invention and memory isn't a wall; it's a playground....

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The B&N Podcast: Leigh Bardugo on Her School for Sorcery

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The creator of groundbreaking YA fantasies has published her first novel for adults -- a gripping tale of power and the black arts at a prestigious university.

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King of the Dark Episode 17: Exit at the Dark Tower

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We've arrived at the end of our multiweek journey into the worlds of Stephen King. Our final destination: the sprawling, ambitious multi-dimensional fantasy epic that links up the author's...

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The B&N Podcast: Jonathan Van Ness is Serving Truth

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The Queer Eye star joins us for an in-depth conversation about the personal odyssey he charts in his candid new book "Over the Top: A Raw Journey to Self-Love."...

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The B&N Podcast: Margaret Atwood Returns to Gilead

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The Booker Prize-winning author has brought readers a long-awaited sequel to her classic "The Handmaid's Tale" -- and in this episode of the B&N Podcast, Margaret Atwood talks about the...

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Country

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The ancient tale of the siege of Troy is transplanted to Northern Ireland at the close of the twentieth century in Michael Hughes's novel.

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King of the Dark Episode 16: Stephen King’s Short Sharp Shocks

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"The Stand" and "It" may be epic-length monuments from the mind of Stephen King -- but nothing provides a thrilling jolt like the best of his short stories. We talk "The Mangler," "The Jaunt"...

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Now We Shall Be Entirely Free

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The furies of memory pursue a soldier home from the Napoleonic Wars in Spain -- but something worse is coming as well in Andrew Miller's suspenseful new now.

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The B&N Podcast: Ann Patchett on Going Home Again

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The novelist talks about composing on her feet, the power of childhood obsessions, and the inspiration for her new novel "The Dutch House."

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My Parents: An Introduction/This Does Not Belong to You

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In a unique work of double memoir, Aleksandar Hemon explores the intersection of exile, memory and longing....