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5 Writing Tips from Lorrie Moore

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The literary superstar visited ALOUD to read from her new book, Bark, and offer tips on her craft

The GoldFinch and Good Books By Women Authors You Should Read

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Donna Tartt just won a Pulitzer. Here are 21 other women writers you should add to your reading list.

14 Fiction Books Coming Out This Spring

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The season’s standout books, from contemporary fairy tales to stories of paradise lost.

Alfred A. Knopf Books

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Alfred A. Knopf, an imprint of the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, is dedicated to publishing...

Adultery by Paulo Coelho, Margaret Jull Costa & Zoe Perry

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Read a sample or download Adultery by Paulo Coelho, Margaret Jull Costa & Zoe Perry with iBooks.

Bitcoin Is Pointless as a Currency, But It Could Change the World Anyway

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Bitcoin’s boldest promise may lie not as a currency, but rather as a reboot of complex financial networks whose origins and practices trace back 500 years.

Preview: Public Schools for Sale?

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Education historian and public school advocate Diane Ravitch talks to Bill this week about the private sellout of public schools. Watch the full show.

Public Schools for Sale?

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Preeminent education historian and public school advocate Diane Ravitch talks to Bill this week about the private sellout of public schools.

Lean In 2.0: Getting What you Want, Sheryl Sandberg Style

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In her 2011 commencement speech at Barnard College, Sheryl Sandberg expresses a sad yet true fact. Communicated almost as an apology, she acknowledges that her generation has failed at closing the leadership gap. And with this admission, she poses aspecific call to arms for college graduates, providing them ...

Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Bruhl Join Helen Mirren in Stolen Nazi Art Tale

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Ryan Reynolds (pictured above) and Daniel Bruhl have come on board to play attorneys in "The Woman in Gold" opposite Helen Mirren for The Weinstein Co. Simon Curtis ("My Week with Marilyn") will di...

The Key to a Good Relationship Is Not Talking

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Confession culture encourages us to tell all, especially to our partners. Dinaw Mengestu’s All Our Names is a reminder that love can thrive in silence.

EXCLUSIVE Book Excerpt: Own Who You Are

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In an exclusive excerpt from Sheryl Sandberg’s newbook, Lean In: For Graduates, Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson shares key lessons on how embracing your authentic identity can provide a foundation for professional success and personal growth.

Enter the MashableReads Twitter Fiction Contest With B.J. Novak

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Enter our Twitter Fiction Contest and win a signed copy of B.J. Novak's new short story collection.

What New Book Should You Read This Spring?

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There are a lot of great books coming out this spring; take this quiz to find out which read is right for you.

B.J. Novak Joins the MashableReads Social Book Club

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Our next selection for the MashableReads social book club is B.J. Novak's One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories. What would happen if you won $100,000 from a cereal box? Or ...

Slide Show: American Public Libraries Great and Small

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In the course of eighteen years, the photographer Robert Dawson took pictures of hundreds of public libraries across the U.S.

Community Post: The 10 Best Kid Detectives Of All Time

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From Harriet the Spy to Nancy Drew, these super sleuths don't let age stand in the way of their superior crime fighting.