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Anne Tyler

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  • Scene in Baltimore

    There's a certain pride in opening a book where the action takes place in a recognizable setting. Reading about favorite watering holes, familiar streets and neighborhoods we call home is like sharing a special secret with the author. Here are a few books...
  • A Nicole Kidman itinerary, just in case

    In terms of sheer movie queen glam, the likes of Nicole Kidman haven't been seen in Charm City in decades. So it's all the more notable that the statuesque Australian beauty will star in Invasion, which is scheduled to shoot here this fall. That's not to...
  • Take a break from shoveling and check your quiz score

    IN CASE YOU missed it - and chances of that are pretty good - I promised to produce answers today to the Winter Day Quiz, presented in this space Monday as a public service to snowbound readers of The Sun. Some of you might have found the quiz through...
  • Reynolds Price dies at 77; author and longtime Duke professor

    Reynolds Price dies at 77; author and longtime Duke professor
    In 1984, when he was 51, novelist Reynolds Price learned that a pencil-shaped tumor, about 10 inches long and malignant, had invaded his spine. Several surgeries and dozens of radiation treatments followed, leaving him a paraplegic racked with pain and...
  • Chicagoland book club

    Chicagoland book club
    Things to know about our club: Women Who Read has been in existence for 14 years, beginning as a small group of co-workers who then brought along friends and neighbors. We're a diverse group, with careers ranging from artist to scientist, but our love...
  • The Nightingales

    The Nightingales
    The Nightingales are a nucleus of school nursesthat are employed by schools in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff. We'd like to meet Jeannette Walls, author of "The Glass Castle." She describes such a hardscrabble childhood that we would like to ask her how...
  • Man Booker International finalists include three Americans

     
    The Man Booker International Prize finalists include Marilynne Robinson, Philip Roth and Anne Tyler....
  • John Le Carre stirs controversy trying to withdraw from prize consideration

     
    John Le Carre stirs controversy trying to withdraw from consideration for the Booker Prize International. The judges say he's still on the list....
  • Philip Roth wins Man Booker International Prize, sparks controversy

     
    A judge withdraws from the Man Booker International Prize jury when the award goes to Philip Roth. "He goes on and on and on about the same subject in almost every single book," she says. "It's as though he's sitting on your face and you can't breathe.".....
  • This Sunday: Figment, Charles Dickens, Etgar Keret and more

     
    Figment awarded innovators prize at LA Times Book Awards. Letters by Charles Dickens and short stories by Etgar Keret this Sunday....
  • This Sunday: Spring books preview, Anne Lamott and jazz

     
    Our books preview for spring includes lots of events, exciting titles....
  • Celebrity Scoop: Casey Wilson

    Casey Wilson, Penny on ABC's "Happy Endings," isn't sure but thinks she probably always was funny. Her first memory of working an audience was cracking up her parents. Her aunt left the room and she did a spot-on impersonation. "I don't even change my...