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Artist Richard Tipping headlines Born to Concrete exhibition at NSW State Library Updated December 12, 2013 20:42:47 The boundaries of literature are being pushed within the walls of one of Australia's most historic libraries. The foyer of the State
Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables Cost: Free Info: 305-442-4408 or www.booksandbooks.com Fiction The death of a college student who was carrying on with her advisor is loaded with moral issues and questions Little, Big by John Crowley.
Denis Doyle/Associated Press The novelist Alvaro Mutis, right, with King Juan Carlos of Spain in 2002, when he was awarded the Cervantes Prize. The cause was cardiorespiratory problems, his wife, Carmen Miracle, told news agencies in Mexico. Mr.
He was Born in Tiverton, Rhode Island and spent the majority of his life in New Bedford, MA until moving to Florida in the late 1980s...Borges, nieces Roberta and Rosemary Borges, nephew Richard A. Borges, Jr., and multiple nieces and nephews through
Some of the greatest books ever written are the hardest to pin down to one genre...Sometimes the best stories are the slipperiest in terms of labels...Please include a picture of the book cover or something else and if the book cover doesn't include
Peter Mendelsund on the design for Julio Cortazar's Hopscotch (Pantheon): I always knew that I'd be unsatisfied with whatever cover I might design for Julio Cortazar's jazzy, melancholic, metafictional masterpiece Hopscotch' (which turns 50 this year)
Ten years ago (although it seems like it was either yesterday or centuries ago), Roberto Bolano left. The idea of disappearing, of leaving people stranded at the least expected moments, always entertained him. His work is full of fugitives taking
For Mario Ernesto Sanchez, this month's International Hispanic Theatre Festival is No...A blend of idealistic Don Quixote and persuasive pragmatist, the founder of Miami's Teatro Avante is the guy who, with the help of a small staff and myriad
The mysterious artist appeared one day and started painting. (credit: Amanda Cohen) The artist appeared on our block two weeks ago. A lean man with inky fingers covered in silver rings, he wore a cap, a small button fastened to the bottom of his
The Nobel Prize winner will receive the honorary title at on official ceremony starting 5:30 pm on Friday, May 17. On Saturday, Llosa will meet some of his Bulgarian readers in the University's 65th audience...The Peruvian novelist will arrive on the