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Margaret Atwood was a judge -- Just don't ask her to blurb your book.
Plus, Mia Couto has won the Neustadt Prize aka the "American Nobel"
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann follow the ups and downs of the 2012 election in 'Double Down.'
After success with Lincoln, she takes on Theodore Roosevelt.
The historian talks about the origins of her presidential fascination, Teddy's weight issues, and her beloved Red Sox.
Bono, The Edge, Julie Taymor all characters in playwright's real-life adventure.
In the works, a museum that gives Wookies and Daleks their due.
'State by State with The State,' originally published in '97, is back in digital form.
'The Vault' explores the first 50 years of the series with photos and more.
Steven Spielberg has bought the rights to Doris Kearns Goodwin's new book about Roosevelt.
'Double Down' by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann is on sale Nov. 5.
Faulks captures the spirit, but not the humor, of P.G. Wodehouse.
Spend your weekend with Donna Tartt's 'The Goldfinch.'
This time, the 'Joy Luck Club' author's protagonists are women working as courtesans in Shanghai.
Ben Breedlove told his message in a popular YouTube video that was found after his death
The annual event kicks off tomorrow; are you up for the challenge?
Plus, Doris Kearns Goodwin's new history book has been optioned by DreamWorks.
Writers share their favorite songs, books and movies about Beantown.
Paranormal romance authors tell Bookish which love stories scare them the most.
How reading tastes have changed since USA TODAY began its best-seller list 20 years ago.