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Andy Cohen on New Diary, "Superficial," Celebrity Friends

BOOKS | Dec 6
The New York Times best selling author has released his third book, "Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries."

Occultation Graphic Novel - A Kickstarter Campaign

BOOKS | By Robin Gray | Nov 30
It's Tuesday, August, 24th 2483. The Earth has been under the power of the NMO (New Moral Order) for hundreds of years. Most of the planet's surface has been destroyed.

Neil deGrasse Tyson on New Book, "Welcome to the Universe"

BOOKS | Nov 26
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and two of his colleagues examine astronomy in their new book, "Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour."

Apple's New Coffee Table Book

BOOKS | Nov 20
Apple has a new coffee table book on sale for $199 for the smaller size, and $299 for the bigger size. The book presents pictures of Apple products that have come out in the last 20 years.

Megyn Kelly on Her "Year of Trump," Dealing with Sexual Harassment

CELEBRITIES | Nov 18
In her new book, "Settle for More," Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly opens up about what she describes as her scary, bullying "Year of Trump."

Built for Pleasure, Vol. 1

BOOKS | By Robin Gray | Nov 5
Prepare for your basement to be flooded as Blade T. Bannon packs his new book 'Built for Pleasure' with furry beasts, manimals and a critical mass of maleness!

The Kiss of Walt Whitman Still on My Lips

BOOKS | By Jonathan Shuffield | Nov 5
Words. They are a haphazard commodity spilled clumsily onto paper, flung about on luminescent screens and carelessly exchanged between breaths.

Out There :: All the Graphic Details

BOOKS | By Roberto Friedman | Nov 5
Graphic novels have come into their own only in recent times, shedding their association with comic books and superheroes and gaining literary respectability.

'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' Author on New Book, Opening Store

BOOKS | Nov 2
Jeff Kinney, best-selling author and illustrator of the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" children's books, has sold more than 180 million print copies worldwide.

Election Year Fatigue? Blame It in Part on the Race of 1840

BOOKS | By Hillel Italie | Oct 29
In a book published this fall, "The Carnival Campaign," author Ronald G. Shafer reflects on the race in 1840 that laid the groundwork for today's songs and speeches, insults and branding, and rumors about health.

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