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Didion, Revisited

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Didion, Revisited

Essay by David L. Ulin ×

"I didn’t know what I was getting into." David L. Ulin on the experience of revisiting the writer whose novels and essays explore our paradoxical relationships with stories.
The B&N Podcast: Eva Chen on Raising Readers (in Style!)

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The B&N Podcast: Eva Chen on Raising Readers (in Style!)

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The author, Instagram star and social media exec joins us to talk about being a late bloomer, parenting, and her latest book for children, "Juno Valentine and the Fantastic Fashion Adventure."
The B&N Podcast: Erin Morgenstern on Spinning Dreamworlds

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The B&N Podcast: Erin Morgenstern on Spinning Dreamworlds

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The author of the bestseller "The Night Circus" joins us to talk about her enchanting new novel "The Starless Sea, " and opens the hidden door to her labyrinthine imagination.
Nothing to See Here

FICTION

Nothing to See Here

Reviewed by Kate Tuttle ×

In the new novel from the author of "The Family Fang," a pair of siblings shares a mysterious -- and destructive -- ailment.
The B&N Podcast: Flea on the Music of the Streets and the Call of the Spirit

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The B&N Podcast: Flea on the Music of the Streets and the Call of the Spirit

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As the bassist for alt-rock superstars The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Flea was a defining figure in the alt-rock scene of the 1980s and 90s. He joins us to talk about his unfettered new memoir of...
The B&N Podcast:  Lisa Jewell is November’s B&N Book Club Pick

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The B&N Podcast: Lisa Jewell is November’s B&N Book Club Pick

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The author of "The Family Upstairs" joins us to talk about her new novel and the inspirations for her enthralling, psychologically twisty tales.
The B&N Podcast: Stephen Chbosky on His Scary Side

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The B&N Podcast: Stephen Chbosky on His Scary Side

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The author and filmmaker Stephen Chbosky captured readers' hearts with the coming-of-age classic "The Perks of Being a Wallflower." He joined us to talk about unleashing his dark side with...
The B&N Podcast: Elizabeth Strout on the Return of Olive

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The B&N Podcast: Elizabeth Strout on the Return of Olive

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Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer-winning novel-in-stories "OIive Kitteridge" introduced readers to the irascible and irrepressible title character -- and now that unforgettable voice is back in...
Adrienne Brodeur on a Secret’s Destructive Allure

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Adrienne Brodeur on a Secret’s Destructive Allure

A Conversation with Amy Gall ×

To be made party to her mother's secrets was, for teenage Adrienne Brodeur, at first a sign of their deep intimacy. In her new memoir "Wild Game," she explores the damage that only became...
The B&N Podcast: Joe Hill on the Stories that Drive Him

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The B&N Podcast: Joe Hill on the Stories that Drive Him

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It's the perfect week for a scary story (or thirteen), so we talked with Joe Hill about his new collection "Full Throttle," working with his famous father, mashing up Hemingway and Narnia, and...
The B&N Podcast: Saeed Jones on How We Fight For Our Lives

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The B&N Podcast: Saeed Jones on How We Fight For Our Lives

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The award-winning poet and memoirist joins us for a conversation about his revelatory new memoir.
The B&N Podcast: Rick Riordan on the Muse of Adventure

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The B&N Podcast: Rick Riordan on the Muse of Adventure

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He's made ancient myths the source of wildly popular stories of adventure for young readers. Rick Riordan talks about his latest tongue-in-cheek take on a Greek god, and his plan to help...