The Style Blog
26 Jan 2013 - 08 Apr 2014
The Style Blog:
Richard Powers on the power of music to wake us up
His new novel “Orfeo” offers a lifetime’s worth of great listening.
D.C. artist wins honors for children’s book about DJ Kool Herc
American Library Association praises "When the Beat Was Born”
What makes an adult book right for teens?
Mark Slouka’s “Brewster” is one of the 10 Alex Award winners this year.
The American Library Association announces Newbery and Caldecott awards
Kate DiCamillo wins her second Newbery Medal for "Flora & Ulysses."
Philipp Meyer’s new paperback arrives with plenty of praise — and boar meat
"The Son," his saga of Texas and oil, was one of the most spectacular novels of 2013.
Carl Phillips coming to the Hill Center Poetry Series
An in-depth conversation at the beautifully restored Old Naval Hospital on Feb. 6.
The Romance Novel Convention in Harper’s
The secrets of writing about love -- for a price.
“What Humanists Do” — the winter issue of Daedalus
For this special issue, a range of scholars chose the books that inspire them most.
New issue of Granta: ‘Do You Remember’
An essay about South Africa by Jonny Steinberg and a story about dying by David Gates are among the highlights of the winter issue.
Hilary Mantel to publish “The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher”
Collection of short stories is expected to appear in September.
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Labor union officials say Obama betrayed them in health-care rollout
Republicans face 2016 turmoil
Life after Jan. 1: Kentucky clinic offers early glimpse at realities of health-care law
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