Herman Koch Gets Meta In 'Dear Mr. M'

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Wisdom From YA Authors On Leaving Home: Jacqueline Woodson

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Ed Sanders, Author Of Manson Family Biography, To Sell Massive Archive

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Invincible Iron Man — featuring the debut of a new hero, Riri Williams — is one five books Marvel is using to promote science, math, and arts disciplines through a series of covers. Courtesy of Marvel hide caption

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In Tom Wolfe's 'Kingdom,' Speech Is The One Weird Trick

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Langston Hughes lived in this Harlem brownstone for the last 20 years of his life. Now, Renee Watson hopes to turn it into a hub for artists from underrepresented communities. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Langston Hughes' Harlem Home May Get Its Own Renaissance — As An Art Center

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Wisdom From YA Authors On Leaving Home: Neal Shusterman

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Feminist Gloria Steinem Finds Herself Free Of The 'Demands Of Gender'

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Texas Bookseller Picks 3 Summer Reads

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'The Terror Years' Traces The Rise Of Al-Qaida And ISIS

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Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Green Bay, Wis., on Aug. 5. Michael Kranish and his colleague Marc Fisher are the authors of Trump Revealed, a biography about Trump's life and career that is based on the work of more than 20 of the Post's reporters, editors and fact-checkers. Darren Hauck/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Off Camera: The Man Behind The 'In-Your-Face Provocateur'

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Better To Reign In Hell: Literature's Unpunished Villains

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Wisdom From YA Authors On Leaving Home: Cynthia Kadohata

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'Carry On' Tells The Story Of Unlikely Bond Between 2 Athletes That Changed 3 Lives

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Originally from Limbe, Cameroon, Imbolo Mbue moved to the U.S. to go to college. She began writing Behold the Dreamers after she lost her job in the financial crisis. Kiriko Sano/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Debut Novel Takes On The American Dream ... Racism, Recession And All

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Hugo Nominee Nnedi Okorafor: 'I Love Stories — And So I Write Them'

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