Lynn Neary Lynn Neary is an NPR arts correspondent and a frequent guest host often heard on Morning Edition and Weekend Edition.

Milo Faust, 1, looks at a book from the Baby University series. Courtesy of Amber Faust hide caption

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Something New For Baby To Chew On: Rocket Science And Quantum Physics

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Author Elin Hilderbrand fell in love with summer as a kid, at the cottage her family rented on Cape Cod. Nina Subin hide caption

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Writer Elin Hilderbrand, 'Queen Of Summer,' Wears Her Crown Proudly

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Tracy K. Smith Named U.S. Poet Laureate

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What Makes A Good Whodunit? 'Magpie Murders' Author Spells It Out

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Denis Johnson, Author Who Wrote 'Jesus' Son,' Dies At 67

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Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment of the publishing industry, while podcasts are also finding new audiences. One science fiction publisher is experimenting with a new path to the market. Chelsea Beck/NPR hide caption

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A Publisher Tries Podcasts As A Gateway To Audiobooks

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Joshua Ferris On The 'Lack Of Self-Awareness' Of His Characters

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'The Handmaid's Tale' Is Among A Resurgence Of Dystopian Literature

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Trombone Shorty's new album, Parking Lot Symphony, comes out April 28. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Trombone Shorty Pushes Tradition Forward

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In Ann Brashare's Latest, Two Kids From A Fractured Family Meet At Last

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Cynthia Nixon plays Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies' new film A Quiet Passion. "I think she was afraid of life," Davies says. "Like a lot of geniuses, she had — skin missing. And that makes you very, very vulnerable." Johan Voets/Hurricane Films/Courtesy of Music Box Films hide caption

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New Film Celebrates Emily Dickinson's Poetry And 'Quiet Passion'

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Former House Speaker and 2012 Republican Party presidential candidate Newt Gingrich autographs a copy of his book at a campaign event in Georgetown, S.C., in 2012. Gingrich published with conservative publishing house Regnery Publishing. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Trump's Win Changed The Game For Publishers On The Left And The Right

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New York Daily News And ProPublica Win Pulitzer For Public Service Journalism

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'Beauty And The Beast' Follows A Tradition Of Animal-Human Love Stories

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What's Inside 'The Hearts Of Men'? A New Novel Forages For Answers

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