On the eve of Sandman: Overture, the writer talks about his life and his work
Michele Bachmann's late 2011 tour to promote her autobiography, "Core of Conviction," has apparently landed her in fresh trouble with federal investigators.HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND: Michele Bachmann and Bradlee Dean both set to speak at right-wing event After six weeks of promotional touring and nearl ... More >>
Your Scandinavian grandmother substitute.Are you lacking a Scandinavian grandmother and tired of waiting for church bake sales to get your hands on some sandbakkels? A new book, Scandinavian Classic Baking, by local cookbook author Pat Sinclair, rounds up recipes for the best baked goods from ... More >>
T-Paw finds love in New Hampshire.Maybe Tim Pawlenty's media blitz is paying off after all. In New Hampshire, home of the first primary in the presidential race, just placed third in a GOP straw poll of possible White House contenders. He's behind Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, but ahead of Sara ... More >>
The 2010 Twin Cities Jewish Book Fair isn't just a day or weekend-long affair. There are so many authors highlighted in this event, presented by the St. Paul JCC, that the book fair actually began in October and runs through mid-November. Authors who are highlighted in this event include Gregor ... More >>
The comic-crazed month of May has plenty in store.
The Body made a stop recently at the Mall of America to promote his new book, "American Conspiracies."
Denver alt-weekly restaurant critic Jason Sheehan's tales of "life, sex, love, and death in the kitchen" can be yours if you correctly answer two questions:
Sometimes reading is cool, kiddos. Check out the complete schedule for Saturday's free book extravaganza.
Some heavy-hitters are coming to October's wildly popular lit fest.
John Barth's Excruciatingly Self-Conscious Novel Finds Metafiction Slipping Into Monstrosity