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  1. Notable: Three books by and about women

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    Women's works

    Three impressive new books by and about women explore a wide range of subjects.

  2. Events: Local authors predict world's end at Studio@620

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    Book Talk

    Rebbie MacIntyre (A Corner of the Universe) will discuss her mystery novel at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at North Branch Library, 8916 N Boulevard, Tampa.

  3. What's Rick Wilber reading?

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    Rick Wilber

    We recently caught up with author and editor Rick Wilber, a journalism and mass media professor at the University of South Florida. He will discuss his newest work, Field of Fantasies, an anthology that incorporates baseball and fantasy literature, at this year's …

    Rick Wilber
  4. Dennis Lehane talks about 'The Drop,' his Florida ties

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    After years as a part-time Tampa Bay area resident, bestselling author Dennis Lehane has sold his St. Petersburg home and moved with his family to the Los Angeles area. But he still has ties, personal and professional, to Florida.

    Tom Hardy plays Bob in The Drop, the movie based on Dennis Lehane’s short story Animal Rescue. Lehane wrote the screenplay, then turned it into a novel.
  5. Notable: New mysteries featuring old favorites

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    Old friends, new mysteries

  6. Review: 'Eisenhower: A Life' a too-brief biography

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    See Ike?

    See Ike beat the Nazis?

    See Ike become president?

    See Ike build the interstate highway system?

  7. Times Festival of Reading to feature Hiaasen, Macomber, Mandvi, Stine

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    Whether it makes us laugh or cry, escape from our own life or feel smarter about the world we live in, a good book often makes us wish we could meet the person who wrote it.

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  8. Events: Hal Bodley to sign 'How Baseball Explains America'

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    Book Talk

    MLB.com senior correspondent Hal Bodley (How Baseball Explains America) will sign his book about the sport's history at 7 p.m. Monday (Sept. 15) at Salon Lofts, 1068 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg.

  9. Review: 'Poking a Dead Frog' cracks the comedy code

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    Comedy is having a moment. You can't really talk about the vaunted New Golden Platinum Age of Television without reference to Louis C.K., Amy Schumer or Amy Poehler. Political discourse takes cues from Jon Stewart and John Oliver. The Internet, which drives the world, is three-quarters comedy. (Figure approximate.) Tina …

  10. Notable: Future imperfect

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    Future imperfect

    Three new books look at fact and fiction about the world before us and how we got here.