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File This Under Nostalgia: New Book Pays Tribute To The Library Card Catalog

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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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Detail of cover of America #2, by Gabby Rivera and Joe Quinones, starring America Chavez, Marvel's lesbian Latina superhero. Marvel Comics hide caption

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Beyond The Pale (Male): Marvel, Diversity And A Changing Comics Readership

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Comics and graphic novels have become a flourishing space for explorations of race and identity. But what are the compromises they have to make to reach and please wide audiences? Shannon Wright for NPR hide caption

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Changing Colors In Comics

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Alec Baldwin says his SNL impersonation of President Trump is purposefully exaggerated, a "Macy's Day Parade of Trump." Will Heath/NBC hide caption

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Alec Baldwin On Career Highs And Lows And Playing A 'Larger Than Life' Trump

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Jon Proudstar created Tribal Force in 1996 — now, it's being rebooted by Native Realities. Ron Joseph/Weshoyot Alvitre/Native Realities hide caption

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With This Publisher, Native American Superheroes Fly High

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Abbad Yahya, a 28-year-old Palestinian novelist, is in exile after the Palestinian Authority banned his latest book, Crime in Ramallah, calling it indecent. Courtesy of Abbad Yahya hide caption

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Facing Death Threats And A Ban On His Novel, A Palestinian Author Flees

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How For-Profit Colleges Sell 'Risky Education' To The Most Vulnerable

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Emma Donoghue Helps Kids Deal With Dementia (And Still Has Fun) In 'The Lotterys'

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In 1957, Duncan Hines and his wife, Clara, cut a cake at the Duncan Hines test kitchen in Ithaca, N.Y. Courtesy of Department of Special Collections-WKU hide caption

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Atole de elote is a warm corn drink from Central America. Student Jose Rivas wrote an essay about a weekly tradition of enjoying atole with his late father in El Salvador, and how the drink helped him to feel more at home after he moved to the U.S. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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