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  • Author Michaela Carter Discusses Further Out Than You Thought

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    Combining the eloquence and raw sensuality of Jeanette Winterson with the romantic, renegade spirit of Patti Smith, Further Out Than You Thought is a taut and erotically charged literary debut, set against the chaos of the 1992 L.A. riots, about three people searching for identity and meaning from award-winning poet and indie bookshop co-founder Michaela Carter. In the Neverland that is Los Angeles, where make-believe seems real, three dreamers find themselves on the verge of transfo

  • First Book in a Series

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    Listen and discuss how to set up your world and characters when writing your first book in a series (and the ones that come afterward). Join bestselling authors Jeaniene Frost and Rachel Vincent as well as Fangs, Fur, and Fey authors Jeanne Stein, Jenna Black, and Patrice Michelle with Eos Executive Editor, Diana Gill for this lively exchange.

  • Howard Zinn on A People's History of the United States

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    Harper Perennial and The Zinn Education Project are pleased to present a conversation with Howard Zinn on A People's History of the United States. The Zinn Education Project has solicited questions from teachers through their website, http://zinnedproject.org. Bill Bigelow, a teacher and writer, will present these questions to Professor Zinn for discussion. During the last twenty minutes of the show, the chat room and phone lines will be open for live participation in the discussion and for lis

  • Elizabeth Robards on With Violets

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    This episode of Romance Radio is a celebration of love and art, as we welcome author ELIZABETH ROBARDS, who recently released the lush historical fiction novel WITH VIOLETS through the Avon A imprint. The canvas of this lushly passionate novel tells the story of Berthe Morisot, an artist as influential to the Impressionist movement as her male counterparts Manet, Degas and Renoir (who were Morisot's friends and, sometimes, lovers). Robards will tell us how she first discovered Berthe Morisot o

  • Marilyn Johnson talks to Library Lovefest

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    What will the libraries of the future look like? Will we even need them? In a world of streaming media, instant messages, wikis and blogs, Google and search engines, has library science become as irrelevant as Gutenberg? Virginia Stanley, Director of Library Marketing at HarperCollins interviews author Marilyn Johnson who will discuss her latest publication, THIS BOOK IS OVERDUE!: HOW LIBRARIANS AND CYBRARIANS CAN SAVE US ALL. Tracing the history of librarians from Dewey to digital, Johnson ex