Susan Jane Gilman Susan Jane Gilman is a journalist, fiction writer and bestselling author whose reviews and commentaries can be heard regularly on All Things Considered.
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An aerial view of Memorial Medical Center surrounded by floodwaters on Sept. 9, 2005. Kathy Anderson/The Times-Picayune/Landov hide caption

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Chris Silas Neal

They Came, They Saw, They Cooked: 5 Food Memoirs

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Aaron Meshon

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'What Technology Wants' Tracks The Tech Evolution

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Thursday

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'How To Become A Scandal' Is Smart, But Timid

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Tuesday

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'More Money Than God,' But Morally Bankrupt

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Formed in 1994, the Spice Girls made "Girl Power" a pop rallying cry, but author Susan J. Douglas wonders if the group's brand of feminism obscured the gap between men and women in power. Bertrand Guay/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Raymond Carver's 'Writer's Life' Poignantly Exposed

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Friday

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R. Crumb's Awesome, Affecting Take On 'Genesis'

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Tuesday

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An Exhaustive, Invigorating 'Case For God'

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Escape To New York: A Sentimental Trip Through 'Time'

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Wednesday

Count On This: Two Entertaining Economics Books

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