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The Big Book

The Big Book recommendations of 2016

by Bridget Bodnar Dec 9, 2016
We talk to a lot of authors on our show. Here are some titles that stood out in 2016.
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I've always wondered...

How do authors make money from library books?

by Andy Uhler Jul 25, 2016
Most of them aren't donations. Think of them as prepaid.
Stanford University's library.
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The Adventures of Mark Twain’s debt

by Jordyn Holman May 6, 2016
The great American author was a not-so-great investor.
Archival picture of Mark Twain circa 1884.  
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Kids' publishing phenomenon Beverly Cleary turns 100

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 12, 2016
With more than 90 million books sold, the children's author is a literary force.
Beverly Cleary in Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Discovering Beverly Cleary."
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One-time novelists who left their mark

by Jordyn Holman Feb 19, 2016
Harper Lee, author of the beloved 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' died Friday.
 Author Harper Lee received the 2007 Presidential Medal of Freedom. 
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The founding of the somewhat United States

by Lizzie O'Leary Oct 23, 2015
Lafayette's influence is everywhere in America.
In 1781, Gens. Rochambeau and Washington, with the Marquis de Lafayette, give the last orders for attack in "Siege of Yorktown" by Auguste Couder.
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John Green doesn't call himself a writer

by Kai Ryssdal and Tommy Andres Oct 19, 2015
But he's still a best-selling author. And he's keeping his YouTube day job.

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The business of being naked

by Eliza Mills Jun 5, 2015
Nude tourism is an industry worth hundreds of millions of dollars per year.

Shhh ... we're talking about Fight Club

by Kai Ryssdal, Mukta Mohan, and Robert Garrova May 26, 2015
We're breaking the rules to talk about the sequel to Fight Club.

Jon Ronson on the renaissance of public shaming

by Jenny Ament Apr 17, 2015
Dealing with collective outrage in the digital age.