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For A Tiny Press, The Pulitzer Arrives Out Of Nowhere

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American Readers, Waiting Impatiently For 'The Girl'

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Ian McEwan, Teasing Farce From Flawed Humanity

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In New Serial Thriller, Everyone's Hands Are Bloody

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Apple says its iPad will be available April 3. Five of the six major American publishing companies have agreed to deals that will provide Apple's new iBook store with content at a higher price than Amazon's Kindle. Courtesy of Apple hide caption

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No Ink, No Paper: What's The Value Of An E-Book?

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Adam Haslett's first book, a collection of stories called You Are Not a Stranger Here, was nominated for the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Brigitte Lacombe hide caption

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'Union Atlantic' Author Banked On A Coming Crisis

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More than 30 years after her death in 1977, Maria Callas' voice continues to thrill and divide fans and experts. EMI Classics hide caption

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Listen Now

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Louise Erdrich is the author of 13 novels and the owner of Birchbark Books, an independent bookstore in Minnesota. Paul Emmel Photography hide caption

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From Erdrich, A Page Turner With Deceit At Heart

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Wi-Fi-enabled versions of the iPad will be available in March. Five of the six major American publishing companies have agreed to deals that will provide Apple's new iBooks store with content. Courtesy of Apple hide caption

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Publishers Embrace iPad As Rival To Kindle

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Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone during his keynote address at the MacWorld conference on Jan. 9, 2007. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Will An Apple Tablet Heat Up E-Book War?

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A Novel? Padgett Powell's Book Defies Genre

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos holds a Kindle e-book reader. The Kindle leads the market in sales of electronic readers. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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How E-Books Will Change Reading And Writing

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