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Aviva Chomsky traveled to Havana for the Cuban Book Fair and the release of a Spanish translation of her book, They Take Our Jobs! And 20 Other Myths About Immigration.
A note about our giveaway of books on grief.
Author Patricia Harman finds much to relate to in the BBC series Call the Midwife.
"The message of Banned Books Week is that we only possess free speech as long as we are willing to fight for it."
From an inauspicious beginning, Kate Whouley turned her love of books into a life of writing.
If you were surfing in Santa Cruz yesterday and you got a free book... you can thank World Book Night!
The Pulitzer board dropped the ball on the 2011 fiction prize, so our staff felt compelled to pick it up.
Edward Cullen as a ruthless CEO with bondage fetish? You have now entered the Twilight fanfic zone.
Patricia Harman looks at the personal costs of political battles over women's health.
Enter a giveaway for free books from Other Press.
The outcome of today's game will be felt for the ages. Or for at least a week on the website of one fortunate independent publisher.
A selection from Patricia Harman's memoir for the Winter Solstice.
Tom DeWolf casts a sympathetic but critical eye on Katherine Stockett's book and the film adapted from it.
Order any book from beacon.org by December 31st and receive 10% off your order and free standard shipping*. Plus, Beacon Press will donate 20% of total sales to three of its favorite organizations--Harlem Children's Zone, Interfaith Youth Core, and Food...
A night with a book club reminds an author of why he wrote his book.
Glenn Branch shares his summer reading, which includes scholarly tomes and comics explanations of the origins of life.
Teachers assign summer reading, but what do they read on their vacations? Linda Nathan shares her favorites.
The Unitarian Universalist Association's Common Read program has selected Acts of Faith: The Story of an American Muslim, the Struggle for the Soul of a Generation.
The exam room is like a confessional. Patricia Harman writes about some of the lessons she's learned from her patients.