1. Salman Rushdie is the author of "Victory City."
  2. A copy of Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" inside a Little Free Library in Crystal Beach on Jan. 26.
  3. A copy of Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" inside a book box in Dunedin on Jan. 26, 2023. Pinellas County school officials have removed the book from all high schools.
  4. Journalist Philip Bump's first book is "The Aftermath."
  5. Peter Kageyama
  6. Witness for My Father cover
  7. Bill Maxwell's new book, "Maximum Vantage," is a collection of some of his columns for the Tampa Bay Times.
  8. Laura Lippman will be one of the authors reading at Writers in Paradise on Jan. 20 at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg.
  9. Elizabeth Strout's new book is "Lucy by the Sea."
  10. Sterling Watson's new novel is "Night Letter."
  11. Tamara Lush's latest romance novel is "Crash."
  12. Salman Rushdie's new novel "Victory City" will be published in February. He is still recovering from a stabbing attack in August.
  13. Our Life & Culture reporters identified the most exciting prospects coming on their beats.
  14. "The Hero of This Book" by Elizabeth McCracken
  15. "The Philosophy of Modern Song" cover
  16. Louise Penny's new mystery is "A World of Curiosities."
  17. Professional cosplayers like Ginoza Costuming, a pro cosplayer who has twice represented the U.S. in international cosplay competitions, will be at the Holiday Cosplay convention at the Tampa Convention Center Dec. 10-11.
  18. Barbara Kingsolver's new novel is "Demon Copperhead."
  19. Kate Atkinson's new novel is "Shrines of Gaiety."
  20. Bill DeYoung is one of a trio of St. Petersburg Press authors appearing Friday.
  21. Actor Maulik Pancholy is the author of "Nikhil Out Loud."
  22. Madison Lintz, left, plays Maddie Bosch and Titus Welliver plays her father, Harry Bosch, in "Bosch: Legacy."
  23. Author Michael Connelly's latest novel is "Desert Star."
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