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Colum McCann, author of "TransAtlantic" and "Let the Great World Spin," speaks at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
With hearty dollops of humor in a unique blend of travel writing, historiography and speculation, Simon Winder remains clear-eyed and witty.
The acclaimed writer's latest story collection explores the thin line between joking and crying.
Through her poignant fiction, Susan Minot relays the experiences of children captured by the Lord's Resistance Army in central Africa.
Edinboro University professor Donald Sheehy is an editor of a groundbreaking collection of letters by the poet.
Thousands of writers address challenges of marketing their own books in the face of dwindling publishers' funds at a conference in Seattle.
Caldecott winners David Wiesner and Chris Raschka's most recent books will enchant younger readers.
John Shaw's book finds commonalities in Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" and Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land."
Set in the Italian Riviera, Brigid Pasulka's novel is about love, life, death and everything else
Catherine Gammon's unsettling novel asks a great deal of its readers, exploring ripples of pain that radiate from years of abuse.
National political writers Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes reveal how Clinton used her position to forge "a new narrative" about herself.
Jennifer Percy explores the world of a special operations soldier, suffering from PTSD, who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Author to speak at screening of the movie "My Man Godfrey" on Tuesday at the Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church, 416 W. North Ave.,
The first installment of Jeff VanderMeer's trilogy of terror
Anna Quindlen's seventh novel sounds like a book for art lovers or foodies but is an engaging story.
Matthew Quick established himself as a master chronicler of broken characters in "Silver Linings Playbook." He continues that formula here.
The folly of the 19th-century back-to-Africa movement is illustrated by the African nation founded by African-Americans.
A Regency Romance, it is about two people finding love. But like the characters, there is more to this story than its genre may suggest.
Children's book author and illustrator Shane Evans will speak at the Hill House's Kaufmann Center on Sunday.
Annabel Pitcher's second novel, "Ketchup Clouds," goes straight to the heart.
Events will be hosted at nearly 30 locations around Allegheny County at local schools and public libraries.
Soprano Renee Fleming hits town; Chamber pop group San Fermin at the Warhol; Author Daniel Beaty at City Theatre.
On March 8, 1971 eight anti-Vietnam War protesters broke into an FBI office in Media, Pa., and stole hundreds of documents.
For British-born Ms. Mead, the defining narrative of her life has been "Middlemarch," George Eliot's 1874 masterpiece.
The rise of Red Cloud to prominence is not just Sioux history but American history, too.
April Smith's latest centers on mourning and motherhood after the Great War.
Reich's niche is high finance, and though the details of making money may seem dull, his ninth novel is a textbook example of a page-turner.
Helene Cooper, White House correspondent for The New York Times, cannot leave Liberia behind.
Robert Harris' book "An Officer and a Spy" unravels doctored evidence of Dreyfus affair.
Former Secretary of Defense shines a light on a decade of conflict
Confusing narrative bogs down Danish duo's mystery.
Anyone who has read a Pat Conroy book knows that the author is very familiar with dysfunctional families. Tolstoy's belief that "every
White House correspondent Helene Cooper; Tuesday Musical Club performance and Cirque Zuma Zuma all scheduled for the coming week.