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A Road Trip That Feels Familiar

Books: ‘Lost Children Archive’

Have you taken an awkward car ride recently? I’d bet most people have been stuck in a car with someone they would rather leave on the curb. The confines of the space and the unavoidable reality that both people need the car in order to get to a place where they don’t have to be together any more makes the experience pretty intense.

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‘Olive Kitteridge’ Author At Hotchkiss Oct. 17

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Elizabeth Strout, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “Olive Kitteridge” and its new follow-up, “Olive, Again,” will speak at The Hotchkiss School on Thursday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m., in a program sponsored with Oblong Books.
Joe Donahue from WAMC Northeast Public Radio will interview Strout onstage in the Walker Auditorium.
Tickets are $30 and include the cost of one hardcover copy of “Olive, Again.” Order online ahead of time at www.oblongbooks.com.

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Profound Thinking and Wonderful Storytelling

Books: ‘The Testaments’

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Tolentino’s Essays Cut Through the Internet’s Din

Books: ‘Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self Delusion’

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Little Publishes First Mystery

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Norfolk’s Christopher Little took a few moments to chat about his new book at the Blackberry River Baking Company last week. 
Little is best known as a photographer. He collaborated with William F. Buckley on three books about sailing (which is a little like saying “Moby Dick” stars a whale).

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Local Poet to Read at Scoville

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Sharon Charde’s poems are deeply personal, the emotional resonance coming from the writer’s forceful honesty, and her insistence upon it. 

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Tom Blagden’s Photos Explore the Grand Canyon

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Thomas Blagden Jr.’s eighth photographic book, “The Grand Canyon: Unseen Beauty: Running the Colorado River,” will be the topic of the Sept.12 White Hart Speaker Series.

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Grifting the Literary World for Fun and Profit

Books: ‘Loudermilk: Or The Real Poet, or The Origin of the World’

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Summer’s Hottest Book Explores Women’s Desire

Books: ‘Three Women’

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A Baseball History Explores 10 Iconic Pitches

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Tyler Kepner is the national baseball writer for The New York Times. This means he gets to go pretty much wherever he thinks there is a good story. It also means he had the time and resources to conduct the interviews and research necessary to produce one of the most interesting books about baseball to come down the pike in a good while.
That book is “K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches” (Doubleday, $28.95).
In a telephone interview on Wednesday, July 10, Kepner was asked about the structure of the book.

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