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Wallace Peeples, activist-influencer otherwise known as Wallo267, has memoir out in September

Wallace Peeples, activist-influencer otherwise known as Wallo267, has memoir out in September

NEW YORK (AP) — Wallace Peeples has lived many lives — activist, speechmaker, podcaster, social media influencer — since serving 20 years in prison. And he plans to write about all of them.

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Top Paid Books (US Bestseller List): 1. The Women by Kristin Hannah (St. Martin’s Publishing Group) 2. The #1 Lawyer by James Patterson & Nancy Allen (Little, Brown and Company) 3.
Anthony M. Kennedy to reflect on his life and his years on the Supreme Court in two-volume memoir

Anthony M. Kennedy to reflect on his life and his years on the Supreme Court in two-volume memoir

NEW YORK (AP) — Retired Supreme Court Justice Anthony M.
Book Review: Short story anthology 'The Black Girl Survives in This One' challenges the horror canon

Book Review: Short story anthology 'The Black Girl Survives in This One' challenges the horror canon

Ahh, the Final Girl — a point of pride, a point of contention. Too often, the white, virginal, Western ideal. But not this time. “The Black Girl Survives in This One,” a short story anthology edited by Saraciea J. Fennell and Desiree S.
Book Review: 'City of Ruins' completes a masterful Don Winslow trilogy

Book Review: 'City of Ruins' completes a masterful Don Winslow trilogy

Years ago, when novelist Don Winslow first read Aeschylus, he recognized that the Greek father of literary tragedies had explored every major theme found in modern crime fiction, from murder, vengeance, and corruption to power, justice and redemption
More than 400 Canadian artists sign letter denouncing 'anti-trans' policies

More than 400 Canadian artists sign letter denouncing 'anti-trans' policies

More than 400 Canadian artists from the worlds of music, film and literature are denouncing what they describe as "alarming and destructive" anti-trans legislation in an open letter released Sunday by music superstars Tegan and Sara.
Harvard says it's removed human skin from binding of 19th century book

Harvard says it's removed human skin from binding of 19th century book

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Harvard University said it has removed human skin from the binding of a 19th century book about the afterlife that has been in its collections since the 1930s.
Books on the impact of the internet and AI are finalists for the first-ever Women's Nonfiction Prize

Books on the impact of the internet and AI are finalists for the first-ever Women's Nonfiction Prize

LONDON (AP) — Books about the dizzying impact of the internet and artificial intelligence are among finalists for a new book prize that aims to help fix the gender imbalance in nonfiction publishing.
Donald Sutherland writes of a long life in film in his upcoming memoir, 'Made Up, But Still True'

Donald Sutherland writes of a long life in film in his upcoming memoir, 'Made Up, But Still True'

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Sutherland has a memoir coming out in November reflecting on his life of nearly 90 years and his 60-year career as one of Hollywood's top actors in films like “M.A.S.H.
Children's author Kouri Richins hit with new charges alleging earlier attempt to kill her husband

Children's author Kouri Richins hit with new charges alleging earlier attempt to kill her husband

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah woman who authorities say fatally poisoned her husband in 2022, then published a children’s book about grief, now faces another attempted murder charge for allegedly drugging him weeks earlier on Valentine's Day.
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