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Novelist Richard Powers moved to Tennessee after first visiting the Smoky Mountains — shown above, at sunset — for research. NPS hide caption

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Novelist Richard Powers Finds New Stories Deep In Old Growth Forests

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'The Italian Teacher' Paints A Troubled Father-Son Relationship

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Australian author Peter Carey says he "couldn't not write" about his country's dark history of racism. Michael Lionstar hide caption

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Novelist Peter Carey Confronts Dark History In 'A Long Way From Home'

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Sherman Alexie speaks at a celebration of Indigenous Peoples' Day at Seattle's City Hall in 2016. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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'It Just Felt Very Wrong': Sherman Alexie's Accusers Go On The Record

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W.E.B. Du Bois' The Souls Of Black Folk has been re-published in a new edition for the author's 150th birthday anniversary. C. M. Battey/Getty Images hide caption

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The Enduring Lyricism Of W.E.B. Du Bois' 'The Souls Of Black Folk'

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W.E.B. Du Bois At 150

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Winners Of 2018 Caldecott And Newbery Awards Announced

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A Debut Author Imagines Herself Into Other Lives In 'Asymmetry'

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'The Woman in the Window' by A.J. Finn. Eslah Attar/NPR hide caption

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How The Man In The Apartment Hit Big With 'The Woman In The Window'

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Where Author Jacqueline Woodson Would Like To Take Young People's Literature In 2018

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Fred Bass, Owner Of Landmark NYC Bookstore, Dies At 89

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In 'The Power,' Women Develop A Weapon That Changes Everything

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Author Mary Higgins Clark signs copies of her book Daddy's Gone A Hunting at the Simon and Schuster office in New York in 2013. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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As She Turns 90, Suspense Still Thrills Author Mary Higgins Clark

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Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens and Christopher Plummer as Ebenezer Scrooge in The Man Who Invented Christmas. Kerry Brown/Bleecker Street Media hide caption

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Bookseller's Foray Into Hollywood Is A Dickens Of A Tale

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