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Productive pandemic: Jennaye Derge wrote book during COVID-19 lockdown

Book-release party to be held at Rochester’s Secret Garden Remember the worst of the pandemic, when we were all sequestered in our homes? I don’t know about the rest of you, but in my h...

Two rare Shirley Jackson stories published this week

NEW YORK – Shirley Jackson had a gift for evoking the depths of anxiety in the space it might take to summarize a baseball game. Two very brief and previously unreleased stories, “Charlie Ro...

Hillerman’s new book a welcome addition to series

Author will be at Maria’s Bookshop in Durango, Farmington Public Library

Instead of banning ‘Maus,’ take opportunity to learn from it

A lot of talk and action has been going on in the United States recently about banning “inappropriate” books. The graphic novel “Maus” by Art Spiegleman, first published in book form in 1986...

Southwest readers and authors converge on Tucson

Annual Festival of Books features familiar names

New book chronicles hiking Colorado Trail

‘Uphill Both Ways’ examines the ultimate family field trip

Cormac McCarthy has 2 novels coming out in the fall

NEW YORK – Cormac McCarthy has two novels coming out this fall, his first fiction releases since the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Road” in 2006. Publisher Alfred A. Knopf announced Tuesday t...

Durangoan’s book has international reach

Janet Jones’ ‘Horse Brain, Human Brain’ awarded Japan’s Equine Culture Award

Spider-Man comic page sells for record $3.36M at auction

DALLAS – A single page of artwork from a 1984 Spider-Man comic book sold at auction Thursday for a record $3.36 million. Mike Zeck’s artwork for page 25 from Marvel Comics’ “Secret Wars No....

Pagosa Springs resident releases book about American Pika

Deirdre Rosenburg, a resident of Pagosa Springs, released a book about her work with the American Pika, an animal she researches in the San Juan Mountains. The small rodent-like mammals are ...

The gift of reading: Suggestions for the young readers on your holiday shopping list

From picture books to young adult, here are some stories to check out

Author Alice Sebold apologizes to man cleared in 1981 rape

NEW YORK – Author Alice Sebold publicly apologized Tuesday to the man who was exonerated last week in the 1981 rape that was the basis for her memoir “Lucky” and said she was struggling with...
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