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

'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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Experts Or Censors? The Debate Over Authors' Use Of Sensitivity Readers

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'The Poky Little Puppy' And His Fellow Little Golden Books Are Turning 75

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'Pachinko' Is A Family Saga Of Exile, Discrimination ... And Japanese Pinball

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What's Life Like For Immigrant Kids? 2 Teen Novels Paint A Sober Picture

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'1984' Tops Amazon Bestseller List After Trump Aide's 'Alternative Facts'

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Rep. John Lewis stands in the Civil Rights Room in the Nashville Public Library in Nashville, Tenn. The American Library Association announced Monday that the Georgia Democrat received four prizes Monday for March: Book Three, the last of a graphic trilogy about his civil rights activism and winner last fall of a National Book Award. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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