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Review: 'Beheld,' by TaraShea Nesbit

March 27
FICTION: A richly complex and sorrowful work with a particular interest in the role of women in the colony.

Review: 'Supreme Inequality,' by Adam Cohen

March 27
NONFICTION: A partisan yet persuasive argument that the Supreme Court has abandoned its commitment to the poor.

'Scandinavian Humor & Other Myths' author John Louis Anderson dies at 72

March 28
In the self-published book's first three months in print, it sold 30,000 copies.
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March 27
Nicole Flattery

Review: 'Show Them a Good Time,' by Nicole Flattery

FICTION: An Irish writer's debut story collection about women in surreal and darkly comic situations.
Coronavirus
March 26
Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher and guest star Sterling K. Brown in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” Fox

Our critics' picks: What to watch, listen to and read at home this week

13 TV shows, books, podcasts, and more to keep you sane.
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March 24

New York Times bestsellers

FICTION 1. House of Earth and Blood, by Sarah J. Maas. (Bloomsbury) Passion arises between Bryce Quinlan and Hunt Athalar as they seek to…
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March 22

Reviews: 'The Operator, by Gretchen Berg and 'The Sun Down Motel' by Simone St. James

The OperatorBy Gretchen Berg. (William Morrow, 342 pages, $26.99.) "The Operator" is set in the early 1950s, when humans physically pulled and pushed cords into…
Coronavirus
March 20
Magers and Quinn is one of many bookstores in the Twin Cities that is now closed to customers. Folks can order online and the bookstore is offering al

Bookmark: Show your indie bookstore a little online love

Small independent bookstores are fighting to stay alive in this age of pandemic and social distancing. You can help them survive. Many bookshops in the…
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March 20

Review: 'We Ride Upon Sticks,' by Quan Barry

FICTION: This whimsical, poignant novel follows students on a field hockey team.
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March 20

Shelftalker: Booksellers recommend books

“The Testaments,” by Margaret Atwood. I will be the first to admit how nervous I was for a sequel to a classic written so…
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March 20

Review: 'The Glass Hotel,' by Emily St. John Mandel

FICTION: The new novel from the author of 'Station Eleven' meanders toward a knockout ending.
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March 20

Review: 'After Me Comes the Flood,' by Sarah Perry

FICTION: A haunting and alluring debut in which a lost man finds refuge among the strange inhabitants of an isolated house.
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March 20

Review: 'Frida in America,' by Celia Stahr

NONFICTION: An art scholar documents three seminal years in the life of the great Mexican painter.
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March 20
Woman sitting at desk and working

Review: 'Temporary,' by Hilary Leichter

FICTION: Hilary Leichter's novel filters a satirical take on modern employment through dream logic and fantastical imagery.
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March 17

New York Times bestsellers

FICTION 1. Blindside, by James Patterson and James O. Born. (Little, Brown) The 12th book in the “Michael Bennett” series. A serial-killing spree might…
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March 17
William Wordsworth's poem,"The Daffodils," was one that readers said they had committed to memory.

Bookmark: Readers write about the poems they love and have committed to memory

Last month I wrote about memorizing poetry, and ever since then poems have been popping into my head. The alarming thing is, often I…
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March 17
Minnesota Book Awards ceremony is canceled

Minnesota Book Awards ceremony is canceled

The coronoavirus will keep participants home but the Friends of the Library are working on a plan for a festive announcement of winners.
Coronavirus
March 17
There is a little door for little people in the entrance to Wild Rumpus.

Many local bookstores closing doors, moving online

Moon Palace, Wild Rumpus, Milkweed, SubText among the stores temporarily moving to online-only.
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March 17

Review: 'The Illness Lesson,' by Clare Beams

FICTION: "The Illness Lesson" alludes to "Little Women" but will remind you of darker works.
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March 13

Review: 'Rebel Cinderella,' by Adam Hochschild and 'Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line,' by Deepa Anappara

Rebel Cinderella: Rose Pastor Stokes: Sweatshop Immigrant, Aristocrat’s Wife, Socialist Crusader By Adam Hochschild. (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 303 pages, $30.)   She may be forgotten…
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March 13
“The Undefeated” by Kwame Alexander and Kadir Nelson

Don't Miss: "The Undefeated," by Kwame Alexander and Kadir Nelson

Here is a book to not miss, one that takes only a few minutes to read but can be studied for a long time. “The…
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March 13
Kevin Nguyen

Review: 'New Waves,' by Kevin Nguyen

FICTION: Two disgruntled tech-company employees engage in an improvised heist that spirals away.
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March 13
Carl Rollyson

Review: 'The Last Days of Sylvia Plath,' by Carl Rollyson

NONFICTION: Recently discovered letters shed new light on the final seven months of Sylvia Plath's life.