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  • 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' gets NC-17 rating; book due in September

    'Blue Is the Warmest Color' gets NC-17 rating; book due in September
    It's not just the French who have a better handle on sexy material than Americans -- Canadians do, too.
  • Inaugural poet Richard Blanco to publish memoir in November

    Inaugural poet Richard Blanco to publish memoir in November
    When Richard Blanco was handed the biggest gig of his life -- writing a poem for President Obama’s second inaugural -- he had to write quickly. In a few weeks he wrote three poems, one of which was chosen by Obama: “One Today,” Blanco...

    Review: 'Thérèse' an unadorned observation of human behavior

    Review: 'Thérèse' an unadorned observation of human behavior
    Shaking off cutesy for dour, Audrey Tautou plays the title role in "Thérèse," a woman fumbling to free herself from an unfulfilled marriage. It's a welcome but not entirely successful change of pace for the French star, who's best known for frothier fare....

    In defense of 'bad' writers

    In defense of 'bad' writers
    Many years ago I met a reader who told me a story about one of my own books. My first novel “The Tattooed Soldier” was new then, having recently been published by a small house in upstate New York. I was just coming to terms, then, with the...

    Hope Larson on ‘Bitter Orange’ film, ‘Four Points’ with Rebecca Mock

     
    It's been a busy year for Hope Larson. In the spring, the accomplished graphic novelist released her first superhero story, […]