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The book ban fight is intensifying in Llano, Texas
Friday, April 14, 2023
NPR's Andrew Limbong talks with Tina Castelan, a former librarian for the Llano County Library System in Texas, about the continuing fight over certain titles on the library's shelves.
'Therapy speak' is everywhere, but it may make us less empathetic
Thursday, April 13, 2023
NPR's Andrew Limbong speaks with culture writer Rebecca Fishbein about her article for Bustle on how "therapy speak" may be making us less empathetic.
Bangles cofounder Susanna Hoffs infused her debut novel with her love of music
Thursday, April 13, 2023
NPR's Andrew Limbong speaks with the Bangles cofounder Susanna Hoffs on her debut novel This Bird Has Flown and how she used her music career to create her main character, singer Jane Start.
In Philadelphia, harm reduction experts help communities fight xylazine addiction
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
NPR's Andrew Limbong talks with Sarah Laurel, founder of a harm reduction nonprofit called Savage Sisters, about how communities are helping people struggling with addiction to xylazine and fentanyl.
The 2023 Oscar nominations are here
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
This sci-fi movie "Everything Everywhere All at Once" led the nominations announced this morning for the 95th Academy Awards. Sequels to "Avatar" and "Top Gun" are also up for Best Picture Oscars.
What movies are in the mix to receive an Oscar nomination?
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
This year's Academy Award nominations will be announced Tuesday. Top Gun: Maverick, Avatar: The Way of Water and The Fabelmans are likely to be among the top contenders for best picture.
Encore: HarperCollins workers have spent more than 50 days on strike. Is it working?
Monday, January 23, 2023
Unionized HarperCollins Publishers employees have been striking for more than 50 days, with raising the base salary among their demands. The battle is testing the limits of worker power in publishing.
HarperCollins workers have spent more than 50 days on strike. Is it working?
Sunday, January 22, 2023
Unionized employees at HarperCollins Publishers have spent more than 50 days on strike. Their prolonged fight tests the limits of worker power in publishing and other white collar industries.
Jan. 6 report isn't dominating the sales charts like prior government reports
Wednesday, January 18, 2023
The Jan. 6 report was set to be a major boon for publishers. A week out, sales have been relatively slow compared to other blockbuster government reports. (Story first aired on ATC on Jan. 16, 2023.)
The Jan. 6 report isn't dominating the sales charts like prior government reports
Monday, January 16, 2023
The Jan. 6 report was set to be a major boon for publishers, but a week out sales have been relatively thin compared to other blockbuster government reports.
Classic rock guitar virtuoso Jeff Beck dies at 78
Wednesday, January 11, 2023
Guitarist Jeff Beck was among a wave of influential English guitar players in love with American blues. He died on Tuesday, January 10 after contracting bacterial meningitis.
Anita Pointer of the Pointer Sisters has died at age 74
Tuesday, January 03, 2023
Anita Pointer, of the Grammy award-winning group the Pointer Sisters, has died. She was the lead vocalist for many of the group's hits, including "Yes We Can Can," "Slow Hand" and "I'm So Excited."
Need a new mystery or sci-fi book for the new year? Try one of these reads
Saturday, December 31, 2022
From NPR's Books We Love list, we hear reviews for several mystery and sci-fi books including "Nona the Ninth," "Birds of Maine," and "The Daughter of Doctor Moreau."
Books We Love: Fiction recommendations from 2022
Sunday, December 25, 2022
From NPR's Books We Love list, we hear about three novels and a collection of short stories: "Less Is Lost,""The Confessions of Matthew Strong,""If I Survive You," and "Thank You For Listening."
What's making us happy: A guide to your weekend viewing and listening
Friday, December 23, 2022
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: The Blamo! podcast, Paris Is Burning, Sheryl Lee Ralph's Sleigh and Crash Landing on You.
NPR staff recommend the fiction books we love
Sunday, December 18, 2022
NPR staff recommend four novels from our Books We Love list: "A Merry Little Meet Cute," "The Complicated Calculus (and Cows) of Carl Paulsen," "The Devil Takes You Home," and "Lapvona."
Will you read the Jan. 6 report cover-to-cover? These publishers hope so.
Friday, December 16, 2022
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is expected to drop their report on Dec. 21. It's a public document, but book publishers are poised to get the report into your hands.
Brittney Griner's imprisonment in Russia drew attention to WNBA salaries
Monday, December 12, 2022
Now that Brittney Griner has been released from a Russian prison, will the WNBA reconsider how much it pays its players? (Story aired on All Things Considered on Dec. 9, 2022.)
Why publishers are scrambling to print the January 6th report, which is in the public domain
Saturday, December 10, 2022
There's a scramble in the publishing world to print copies of the January 6th report. Why are several companies competing to publish a work that's in the public domain?
After Brittney Griner's release, where does the pay gap in women's sports stand?
Friday, December 09, 2022
Now that Brittney Griner has been released from Russian prison, will the WNBA reconsider how much it pays its players?