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Articles from BookPage (April 1, 2018)

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A crime fiction legend. Acree, Cat Interview 496
A lyrical debut that soars. Levin, Hilli Book review 256
A novel like a bullet train: Michael Farris Smith, author of the gritty, riveting novel The Fighter, credits two big influences for his decision to become a fiction writer after returning to his native Mississippi. Mudge, Alden Interview 937
A sweet ode to the sea. Danielson, Julie Book review 213
AIR TRAFFIC. Cary, Alice Book review 345
AMERICA IS NOT THE HEART. Magras, Michael Book review 316
AND SHE WAS. Verbeten, Sharon Brief article 247
Celebrating National Poetry Month: We live in a country that loves poetry. Today, 44 states have acting poet laureates, and April is acknowledged as a time for recognizing the beauty and power of verse. We've rounded up a quartet of terrific new poetry collections--the perfect picks for National Poetry Month. Hale, Julie Book review 732
COUNTRY DARK. Schwartz, Ian Brief article 301
Defining life on death row. Mason, Deborah Book review 350
ELASTIC. McCraw Crow, Sarah Book review 308
EMERGENCY CONTACT. Weber, Sarah Brief article 248
EUNICE. Herrell, Keith Brief article 275
Frond objects. Felts, Susannah Book review 510
Gateway to poetry: BookPage editors share curated lists of the best hooks--old and new--on a variety of subjects. Feed your TBR! Recommended readings 406
Goddess of magic casts her spell. Ping, Trisha Book review 344
Hot off the presses. Ridgway, Christie Book review 499
HURRICANE SEASON. Gujarathi, Chika Brief article 290
I WAS ANASTASIA. Donovan, Deborah Book review 406
In Nigella's domain. Pratt, Sybil Book review 493
INSEPARABLE. Diamond, Becky Libourel Book review 324
Journey of revenge. Howard, Sukey Audiobook review 506
Just take it line by line. Weibezahl, Robert Book review 542
LIBRARY ON WHEELS. Kitchel, Jennifer Bruer Book review 224
LOOK ALIVE OUT THERE. Scribner, Amy Brief article 321
meet JUANA MARTINEZ-NEAL. Interview 148
meet MARI ANDREW. Interview 106
NATURAL CAUSES. Trask, Sheila M. Brief article 277
New in paperback. Hale, Julie Book review 491
NO WAY HOME. Whitley, Carla Jean Brief article 261
Overcoming hardship and hitting refresh: Spring is a time for renewal--a period of promise that brings with it a sense of fresh possibility. These five new books celebrate the season and deliver inspiring perspectives on personal growth, healing and inner transformation. Hale, Julie Book review 937
PEOPLE LIKE US. Giarratano, Kimberly Young adult review 207
REBOUND. Schneider, Dean 222
Rest in peace? Not in Hillerman's desert. Tierney, Bruce Book review 755
Shattering the "tortured artist" myth: It takes a talented writer to seamlessly blend memoir, biography, literary criticism, psychology and sociology into a meaningful whole. Add in the writer's own battle with alcoholism, and the accomplishment becomes even more impressive. Freedenberg, Harvey Book review 874
STRAY CITY. Bufferd, Lauren Book review 336
Take them seriously: Meg Wolitzer is the mentor we've always wanted. Since 1982, her novels and short stories have explored friendship, romantic love, sex, money, feminism, family and just about every emotion you can name. Bufferd, Lauren Book review 953
TANGERINE. McKanic, Arlene Brief article 329
THE BALCONY. Cullotta, Karen Ann Book review 348
The biggest question in literature: The 12th novel from Richard Powers is magnificent and troubling, a symphonic tour deforce with both human and tree characters that leave readers with a new reality. We asked Powers four questions about The Overstory. Here we share merely one question and one answer--perhaps the most important one of all. Rose, Michael Alec Interview 710
THE EIGHT MOUNTAINS. Vasishta, Jeff Brief article 292
THE ITALIAN TEACHER. Scribner, Amy Book review 326
The men behind the curtain: In the 1946 Broadway production of Annie Get Your Gun, Ethel Merman famously belted out, "There's no business like show business." Music theater legends Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber would no doubt agree. Kipp, Priscilla Book review 407
THE NEUROSCIENTIST WHO LOST HER MIND. Willoughby, Vanessa Brief article 311
THE OVERSTORY. Rose, Michael Alec Book review 306
THE PARKER INHERITANCE. Giarratano, Kimberly Book review 245
THE PLACE BETWEEN BREATHS. Holt, Erin A. Book review 239
The play's the thing: Two new adaptations of King Lear and Macbeth revisit the Bard's vision of power and its corruptibility, drawing deeply from the well of his obsession with greed and ambition. Smith, Gerry Paige Book review 465
TOMORROW. Carlson, Mari Book review 315
TYLER JOHNSON WAS HERE. Cary, Alice Book review 243
VARINA. Frazier, G. Robert Book review 338
WE OWN THE SKY. Brown, Melissa Brief article 302
WHAT THE NIGHT SINGS. Ratzan, Jill Book review 216
WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT CHARLIE OUTLAW. Tierney, Thane Book review 335
WHO WILL BELL THE CAT? Leeper, Angela Book review 274
YOU GO FIRST. Piehl, Norah Book review 245
Zombies aren't the only monsters here: For Justina Ireland, the dark history of the American Civil War and the fantastical concept of zombies aren't nearly as far apart as most people think. Barisich, Justin Book review 905

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