Lynn Sherr Stars 'Outside the Box': Lynn Sherr refuses to be boxed in by star pundits at BookExpo America 2006.
Frank Rich lands at #2 on the New York Times bestseller list, October 8, 2006: Three weeks after its initial release, and just one month before the U.S. Congressional mid-term elections, New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Rich's book 'The Greatest Story Ever Sold' bursts onto the #2 spot on the New York Times bestseller list.
Marie Arana unwraps the Amazon jungle, revealing rich characters in her first novel, 'Cellophane': Washington Post book review editor, and author of her acclaimed memoir, 'American Chica,' Marie Arana talks about her first novel, 'Cellophane'
Monica Ali makes case for free speech and new post-liberalism morality: On the heels of her highly acclaimed bestselling first novel, 'Brick Lane,' Monica Ali presents 'Alentejo Blue' at BookExpo America 2006 with a manifesto of sorts on censorship and the need for post-liberalism morality based on individual free speech
John Updike satirizes New York Times article on Google's digitized 'universal library': Literary lion John Updike sets aside his new novel to rip tech reporter Kevin Kelly's New York Times Sunday Magazine article extolling the wonders of Google's digitized 'universal library' initiative.
Anderson Cooper's search for his 'bliss' leads to 'Dispatches from the Edge': CNN Anchor tells how his search for 'bliss' ended in a quest to 'find feeling again' in war-torn Iraq and Katrina-ravaged Louisiana
'Any Bitter Thing' tastes sweet for Monica Wood: Monica Wood's 'Any Bitter Thing,' tops Target's 'Breakout Novel' category, lands on bestseller lists and BookSense Summer Reading pick.
Tim Russert introduces mother of all Father's Day books: NBC-TV 'Meet the Press' host Tim Russert discounts world leaders in favor of everyday heroes--fathers
Kim Cattrall and Hollywood will give way to Tim Russert and politics at BEA 2006: Kim Cattrall, Bill Mahr, Peter Bogdanovich, Henry Winkler starred at BookExpo America in New York City last year. The largest book publishing event in the U.S. moves to Washington, D.C., for the 2006 edition, featuring--you guessed it--politicians and pundits.
Poet Doc Patrick Clary, Dying For Beginners.
At the heart of this poetry by Patrick Clary are often tough and sometimes terrible details, generated out of an intensely lived, closely observed life as an unarmed medic in platoons patrolling the jungles of Vietnam, an intern in the hospital emergency rooms of New York City, and a nationally recognized Poet-Doctor ministering tothe spiritual and bodily pains of theterminally ill in New Hampshire. His first book of poetry, Notes from a Loveletter, was published under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Mary Gordon, Stuart Dybek, and Russell Banks take a short cut.
Mary Gordon, Stuart Dybek, and Russell Banks read their stuff and take a few questions from the audience.
Manuel Villacorta serves up Peruvian power foods rich in anti-aging, high nutritional value.
Peruvian-born, award-winning, registered dietitian, and bestselling author Manuel Villacorta describes his food journey from Peru to the U.S. and back to the farms and open markets of Lima and Cusco to find power foods with high nutritional value.
Eliot Schrefer weaves monkeys and apes into tales of survival and discovery for kids.
Author of both Adult and Young Adult fiction, and a two-time finalist for the National Book Award in Young People's Literature Eliot Schrefer gets up close and personal with bonobos, chimps, and orangutans to illuminate human behavior for Young Adults.
Alice Hoffman meets fans and autographs 'The Dovekeepers'.
Bestselling author Alice Hoffman talks with fans as she autographs her most recent novel, 'The Dovekeepers' at BookExpo America 2011.