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  1. USF professor Natalie Scenters-Zapico will be one of the poets reading in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month..
  2. Jonathan Escoffery, author of "If I Survive You," grew up in Miami.
  3. Vanessa Riley's new historical novel is "Murder at Westminster."
  4. Kelsey Decker and Gilbert King's Bone Valley podcast is a deep dive into the 1987 murder of Michelle Schofield and whether her convicted husband is innocent.
  5. Maria Ingrande Mora is one of the speakers on the Pride Writers Panel at Tombolo Books.
  6. Richard Osman's new novel is "The Bullet That Missed."
  7. In this 2013 file photo, literary agent Sterling Lord speaks during an interview in his New York office. The literary agent who worked for years to find a publisher for Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” died Saturday at a nursing home home in Ocala.
  8. Author Rob Sanders has two new LGBTQ books for kids, "Stitch by Stitch" and "Blood Brothers."
  9. Stephen King's latest novel is "Fairy Tale."
  10. Anime cosplayers, like this one from Tampa's Metrocon in July, will descend on St. Petersburg's first anime convention Sept. 17-18 at the Coliseum. In this picture, Eunique Durbin, 22, of Port Richey was at Metrocon dressed as Tengen Uzui of "Demon Slayer."
  11. Madeline Martin's latest novel is "The Librarian Spy."
  12. Maggie O'Farrell's new novel is "The Marriage Portrait."
  13. Randy Rainbow's memoir is "Playing With Myself."
  14. Linda Hurtado Bond's latest thriller is "All the Broken Girls."
  15. In this photo from Oct. 13, 2019, British author Salman Rushdie smiles as he attends a photocall with his book "Quichotte" for the authors shortlisted for the 2019 Booker Prize for Fiction at Southbank Centre in London.
  16. Blood stains mark a screen as author Salman Rushdie, behind screen, is tended to after he was attacked during a lecture on Friday.
  17. Alicia Thompson's new novel is "Love in the Time of Serial Killers."
  18. Kerry Kriseman will sign her memoir, "Accidental First Lady."
  19. Bryan Cranston speaks to the media at the Tampa Theatre before a private screening of "The Infiltrator" in 2016.
  20. FILE - Writer and historian David McCullough appears at his Martha's Vineyard home in West Tisbury, Mass., on May 12, 2001. McCullough, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose lovingly crafted narratives on subjects ranging from the Brooklyn Bridge to Presidents John Adams and Harry Truman made him among the most popular and influential historians of his time, died Sunday in Hingham, Massachusetts. He was 89. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
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  22. Mohsin Hamid's new novella is "The Last White Man."
  23. Florida author Lisa Black's new thriller is "Red Flags."
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