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  • Inheritors
    The opening story, “Flight” (covering 1911–1981), follows Masayuki’s daughter, Ayumi, as she loses some of her memories while others become more vivid.
    06/01/2020
  • Riots Continue to Affect Twin Cities Bookstores
    The store will still take orders through its website, but shipping will be delayed.This story has been updated.
    05/29/2020
  • BookExpo 2020: Adult Book and Author Dinner Goes Digital
    They ran into challenges assembling it, she said: “How do you fit the literature of 527 federally recognized tribes, and there are others beyond that, into 350 pages,” and still manage to cover all of the mainland U.S. to Alaska, Hawai’i, and some of the Pacific islands?
    05/28/2020
  • Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: June 2020
    Christy Award–winner Austin tells the story of two women from different social classes surviving WWII in London who grow close after they both become ambulance drivers.
    05/27/2020
  • Four New Graphic Novels Bring the Buzz
    I can see how the plausible deniability of the expression of my particular queerness under the cover of veiled language can afford me some conditional safety in potentially hostile spaces.
    05/25/2020
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: May 2020
    . $12.99 paper (352p), ISBN 978-0-578-59150-6AmazonIn this story of otherworldly love, the spirit of an American bombardier haunts a Japanese war widow in the months before America drops its atomic bomb on Hiroshima.IssuesSharon St.
    05/25/2020
  • 13 Stories about Harris
    And in the book’s shortest story, the child’s mother stands before a wall covered in colorful scribbles: “That’s why they call permanent markers permanent,” she says.
    05/25/2020
  • BookExpo 2020: The Stories Behind Six Buzz Books
    She talked so elegantly about family trauma and the power of writing and the stories we tell ourselves to heal, I couldn’t wait to read the manuscript.
    05/24/2020
  • The Cold Vanish: Seeking the Missing in North America's Wildlands
    In between accounts of the search for Jacob, Billman reports on the phenomena of people vanishing into the wilderness, covering famous cases, search and rescue dogs, and theories about why people go missing, including serial killers and Bigfoot abductions.
    05/18/2020
  • La Buvette: Recipes and Wine Notes from Paris
    The upbeat mini-essays in this volume cover such topics as developing a good palate and overcoming wine misconceptions.
    05/18/2020
  • Cover Reveal: 'Before the Ever After' by Jacqueline Woodson
    Paulsen elaborated on the cover image.
    05/14/2020
  • In Brief: May 14, 2020
    (Chronicle) by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld to her son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor in support of actors Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams’s Save with Stories initiative.
    05/14/2020
  • Q & A with Andrew Eliopulos
    I was in BookPeople when I got the cover sketch and burst into tears.
    05/12/2020
  • Rights Report: Week of May 11, 2020
    Featuring graphic collage that pays homage to 1970s black woman-centered ephemera, the book will cover topics including identity, sex and dating, mental health, and navigating the workplace.
    05/12/2020
  • Crossings
    One of these is purportedly a lost story written by the poet Charles Baudelaire.
    05/11/2020

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