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Time and Goodreads each talk to Audrey Niffenegger about her new novel Her Fearful Symmetry.

NPR’s All Things Considered explores William Burroughs’ Naked Lunch 50 years after publication.

I’m a big fan of the comic series Fables. Bill Willingham, creator of the series, has written a novel set in the universe called Peter & Max: A Fables Novel. io9 reviews the new book.

An anti-prostitution group in Mexico is seeking to halt production on the movie adaptation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel Memories of My Melancholy Whores.

The New York Times profiles A.S. Byatt, whose newest novel The Children’s Book was a finalist for the Man Booker Prize.

Margaret Atwood is interviewed by the LA Times’ Jacket Copy blog.

The Times Online unveils the best books of the past 60 years as named by their readers.

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