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About 10 years ago, Jennifer Rosner published a well-received memoir, “If a Tree Falls,” about her experience raising two daughters who were born...

When Gabriel Bump was a teenager on Chicago’s South Side, he saw two portraits of his neighborhood emerging in the media. There was the grim stuff,...

Editor’s note: The film “Little Women” has been nominated for a number of Academy Awards, including best picture and best adapted screenplay. But...

He may be Charles Dickens’ most memorable character: the grasping, miserly, bitter old man whose only companion is his bank account and who...

About 20 years ago, Susanne Dunlap had completed her PhD in music history and, after doing some initial teaching at Columbia University in New York...

In an interview with the Gazette a couple years ago, Ocean Vuong, who won widespread praise for his debut poetry collection, “Night Sky With Exit...

You might think an eye surgeon wouldn’t have time to write books — and if he somehow did, he’d be writing about medicine.But Andrew Lam pretty much...

Jennifer Acker didn’t imagine when she started work on her debut novel, “The Limits of the World,” that it would take about 10 years to complete...

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