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Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 
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Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 
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Literary writing and quotes.

 
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In a 1958 interview, author, philosopher, and futurist Aldous Huxley (Brave New World, The Doors of Perception) shares his grim predictions that are unfortunately quite relevant today. From Blank on Blank: "This is Aldous Huxley, a man haunt...

Shortly after George Orwell published Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1949, he received a letter from his onetime high school French teacher, Aldous Huxley, who had published Brave New Work 17 years earlier. Here are Huxley's comments, via Letters of Note:...

Pump Up Your Book! is proud to announce Robert J. Dornan’s 23 Minutes Past 1 A.M. virtual book tour starting September 5 and ending November 30. Robert will be guest appearing at blogs throughout the U.S. and international regions talking about his...

Recently, in Ways Men Pass Time: Macon, North Carolina resident Dave Hemingway won the annual Ernest Hemingway look-alike contest in Key West, Florida. Hemingway is not related to the author.Read more...

Elie Wiesel was a Holocaust survivor, Nobel Peace Prize winner, a prolific author, and an outspoken activist for peace and human rights. He died Saturday, at 87 years old. (more…)...

"Future shock is the shattering stress and disorientation that we induce in individuals by subjecting them to too much change in too short a time," according to Alvin Toffler, who died on June 27 at the age of 87. Toffler wrote a massively best selli...

Globally, inequality is falling. You may not have known that, because within countries, inequality is rising. We live in dangerous times. Why? We talked to the man who wrote the book on it. Read more...