Neda Ulaby Neda Ulaby reports on arts, entertainment, and cultural trends for NPR's Arts Desk.
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Andrew Davidson reads from 'The Gargoyle'
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Breena Clarke reads from 'Stand the Storm'
Cable TV Moves To Find Wider Audience
Lander reads from 'Stuff White People Like'
The 'Bechdel Rule,' Defining Pop-Culture Character
Ethan Canin reads from 'America America'
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Ann Patchett Reads From 'Run'
David Maraniss Reads From 'Rome: 1960'
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