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Breaking the Surface: Leanne Shapton's Life Aquatic

The author and artist's life chronicled in suits and sharks.

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'Sunny Jim' or 'Herr Satan': Gordon Bowker on James Joyce

How the great writer's life in exile emerged in a career of artistic revolution.

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Andrew Keen: "The Cult of the Social"

The author of Digital Vertigo sees the future in status updates, and it isn't a rosy one.

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Anna Quindlen: An Interview with Mom

The author talks with her son about her new memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, and the stories behind it.

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Alison Bechdel: The Balancing Act

The cartoonist and author of the memoir Are You My Mother? on writing, therapy, and a daughter's quest for love.

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Kevin Smith: Tough Talk

The Clerks director talks about his new book, his popular podcasts, and his impending retirement from film.

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Kelle Hampton: "The Good, the Bad, the Beautiful"

The author of a new memoir about parenting a child born with Down syndrome talks about learning to change her worldview, one day at a time.

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Etgar Keret: What Happens Next

The short story author speaks on curiosity, self-promotion, and life in a very small country.

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"The residue of time wasted": Jonah Lehrer Talks Creativity

The author of Imagine talks about the nature of creativity, and how we can boost our own capacity to invent.

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"The Past is a Negotiation": Jeanette Winterson

The author of Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal? talks about the consequences of "spiritual damage."

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Lisa Kleypas: Emotional Magic

Eloisa James talks with the author about her new novel Rainshadow Road.

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Tim Weiner: Getting Inside the Bureau

The author of Enemies: A History of the FBI talks J. Edgar Hoover, 9/11, and the Bureau's balancing act between liberty and security.

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"The Shock of his Bad Behavior": Claire Tomalin on Charles Dickens

The author of Charles Dickens: A Life on what happens "when you live with Dickens for years."

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Michael Ondaatje

Talking Mailer, Kipling, and Tranströmer with the author of The Cat's Table.

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Tony Bennett: The Art of Excellence

The singer on the tracks that have built a legendary career.

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