Can Serialized Fiction Convert Binge Watchers Into Binge Readers?

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Boxer Claressa Shields, shown here in November 2015, wants to follow in Muhammad Ali's footsteps. Harry How/Getty Images hide caption

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For Olympic Boxer Claressa Shields, Round 2 Brings New Expectations

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"Nobody can soldier without coffee," a Union soldier wrote in 1865. (Above) Union soldiers sit with their coffee in tin cups, their hard-tack, and a kettle at their feet. Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection/Flickr The Commons hide caption

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If War Is Hell, Then Coffee Has Offered U.S. Soldiers Some Salvation

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Comic Book Writer Marjorie Liu On How Rejection Shaped Her Writing

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Actors Diana Sands, Ruby Dee, Claudia McNeil and Sidney Poitier appear in the 1961 film adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun. John D. Kisch/Separate Cinema Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Hollywood And The Middle Class: Selling Dreams Of 'Somewhere That's Green'

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She Offered The Robber A Glass Of Wine, And That Flipped The Script

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Susan Faludi had been estranged from her father, Steven Faludi, for two decades when she learned he had had gender reassignment surgery and was going by Stefánie. Courtesy of Susan Faludi hide caption

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In 'The Darkroom,' A Writer Comes To Grips With Her Dad's Gender Transition

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'Star Trek Beyond' Premieres At San Diego Comic-Con

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Jason Aaron Baca has been featured on more than 475 romance novels. Samhain Publishing hide caption

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Meet The Guy Who Has Been A Hero, A Pirate, A 'Mountain Of Molten Lust'

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'The Money Was The Soft Spot': 'The Infiltrator' On Taking Down Pablo Escobar

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Across Continents: A Stolen Laptop, An Ominous Email, And A Big Risk

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Egypt's Repressive Government Frames Yasmine El Rashidi's First Novel

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Binh Danh melds early photographic materials and timeless landscapes to produce ethereal images of national parks. He made this daguerreotype of Cathedral Rocks and Cathedral Spires in June 2012. Courtesy of Binh Danh hide caption

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National Park Daguerreotypes Invite Viewers To 'Merge With The Land'

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In 'Hustling Hitler,' A Jewish Vaudevillian Scams The Third Reich

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Movie Review: 'Our Little Sister'

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'Like Water For Chocolate' Author Is Out With A Crime Thriller

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'Just Another Version Of You' Celebrates Norman Lear's TV Legacy

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Chase exhibited this painting in 1884 under two different titles — The Young Orphan and later, At Her Ease. On loan from the National Academy Museum at The Phillips Collection hide caption

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Meet William Merritt Chase, The Man Who Taught America's Masters

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Taika Waititi's other films include Boy (2010) and What We Do in the Shadows (2014). Courtesy of The Orchard hide caption

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Director Taika Waititi's 'Wilderpeople' Is Good For A Laugh — And Then A Cry

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Intelligence officer Tory Garcia, who has a background in gymnastics and diving, works through the obstacle course on American Ninja Warrior, which airs on NBC and Esquire Network. Brandon Hickman/NBC hide caption

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'If It Were Easy, It Wouldn't Be Interesting,' Say 'Ninja Warrior' Producers

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The Mellon Family And The Start Of The National Gallery Of Art

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Tomatoes from Canada, Mexico and Florida Morgan McCloy/NPR hide caption

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The Search For Tastier Supermarket Tomatoes: A Tale In 3 Acts

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Levison Wood walked 1,700 miles, from Afghanistan to Bhutan, along the Himalayan Mountain range. He says that seeing Everest, the highest mountain in the world, was "just magical." Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Adventurer Says 'Walking The Himalayas' Wasn't About 'Sticking Flags In Peaks'

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After 'Fargo' Noah Hawley Writes 'Before The Fall'

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Anton Raphael Mengs left some key details out of his Portrait of Mariana de Silva y Sarmiento, duquesa de Huescar, 1775. Courtesy of The Met Breuer Museum hide caption

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You Gonna Finish That? What We Can Learn From Artworks In Progress

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