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The B&N Podcast: Mark Bittman

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The B&N Podcast: Mark Bittman

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The author of "How to Grill Everything" talks about the unique appeal of the open flame - - and about his own journey as a writer.
The B&N Podcast: Michelle Dean

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The B&N Podcast: Michelle Dean

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On this episode, the author of "Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion" shares some of hers.
The B&N Podcast: Katy Tur

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The B&N Podcast: Katy Tur

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The NBC news reporter joins us to talk about how she found herself covering the most unlikely presidential campaign in modern history -- and how she became a target of the candidate's ire.
The B&N Podcast: Ta-Nehisi Coates

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The B&N Podcast: Ta-Nehisi Coates

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"If you have the style and you don't have the facts right, then the style is empty." The award-winning author talks about his new book "We Were Eight Years in Power."
A Disappearance in Damascus

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A Disappearance in Damascus

Reviewed by Barbara Spindel ×

Deborah Campbell came to Syria to follow the story of Iraqi refugees -- until the story became about her Iraqi colleague's arrest....
True Stories and Lying Artifacts

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True Stories and Lying Artifacts

Essay by David L. Ulin ×

In an era in which questions of truthfulness take on political overtones, two writers explore the treacherous literary terrain between fact and fiction. Essay by David L. Ulin.
The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History

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The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History

Reviewed by Tom Carson ×

The improbable story of how a group of comedians turned the world of political journalism on its ear is told from the inside. Review by Tom Carson.
Travels with Henry James

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Travels with Henry James

Reviewed by Michael O'Donnell ×

Before he became a master of style, the young writer proved himself a genius of observation. Michael O'Donnell on a new collection of Henry James's dispatches from America and Europe.
“Sundry Doubtful and Uncertain Reports”

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“Sundry Doubtful and Uncertain Reports”

By Steve King ×

The first American newspaper appeared in Boston, this week in 1690.
Heroes and Villains

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Heroes and Villains

By Steve King ×

A century ago this week, Teddy Roosevelt inveighed against "gross and reckless" journalism.
Our Eviction Epidemic: Matthew Desmond and Adrian Nicole LeBlanc

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Our Eviction Epidemic: Matthew Desmond and Adrian Nicole LeBlanc

Posted by Miwa Messer ×

The author of "Evicted" talks about his new book and how a wave of home loss is altering America, perhaps permanently. A conversation with Adrian Nicole LeBlanc.
The Second Big Bang

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The Second Big Bang

by Steve King ×

This week in history: cable news hits the airwaves, accelerating journalism to a fever pitch.