Nava New Yorker

The New Yorker delves into the writing of mystery novelist Michael Nava as he chronicles life in Los Angeles in the wake of the AIDS crisis.  Read the article here.

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Young Charlotte

"A playful tribute to the joys and struggles of creating art." Publishers Weekly reviews Young Charlotte, Filmmaker by  Frank Viva.  Read it here.

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Hooray! Another rave review of Maira Kalman's latest picture book, Thomas Jefferson:  Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Everything to share. Read it here.

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Alex Ko's autobiography hits shelves on 4/30. Watch the incredible film directed by Broadway legend Stephen Daldry about Alex's journey here.

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"Delights on nearly every page". Kashmira Sheth's TIGER IN MY SOUP earns its second starred review.See the full review here.

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Open Road Media is set to publish Michael Nava's novels.

La Bloga interviewed the author about this exciting new venture. Read it here.

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Congratulations to Daniel Handler AND Lemony Snicket!

Amazon Canada put Why We Broke Up and Who Could That Be At This Hour? on the Best Books of 2012 list. See more here.

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Mary Oliver

The Washington Post’s Express Night Out interviews Poet Mary Oliver.

“You’d never catch me idly kicking a stone...” See the full interview here.

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CONGRATULATIONS!

The Shadow Society by Marie Rutkoski and All You Never Wanted by Adele Griffin were named Amazon's Best Books of the Month for Teens! See the list here.

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Daniel Handler is not Lemony Snicket is not Daniel Handler.

A journey through pictures. See it here.

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