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Miranda July is also the author of the short story collection No One Belongs Here More Than You. Todd Cole/Scribner hide caption

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Author Interviews

Miranda July Balances Weirdness And Reality In Debut Novel

The director and artist says one of the challenges of writing The First Bad Man was shaping her main character's odd psyche. Then, she says, she realized, "I can always take it back if it's too much."

The Nashville country quartet Little Big Town recently released its sixth studio album, Pain Killer. Courtesy of Sandbox Entertainment hide caption

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Country Quartet Little Big Town Finds Fun In Being A Foursome

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Miranda July is also the author of the short story collection No One Belongs Here More Than You. Todd Cole/Scribner hide caption

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Miranda July Balances Weirdness And Reality In Debut Novel

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Royal Robbins climbs El Capitan's North American Wall in Yosemite National Park in 1964. Robbins is a climbing purist whose ideas helped shape the sport. Glen Denny hide caption

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A Half-Century Of Battles For The Biggest Rock Walls

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