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The fabulously louche social scene of the mid-century French Riviera — where socialites and stars mixed with the likes of Winston Churchill — comes alive again in Mary S. Lovell’s The Riviera Set. (Image credit: Christina Ascani/NPR)
Scott Simon speaks with David Sandberg, owner of Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Mass., about all the Hemingway, Kerouac and Bukowski books that have kept getting stolen over the years.
Novelist Celeste Ng knows Shaker Heights, Ohio well. Writing about your own hometown is “like writing about a relative,” she says. “You love them dearly, and yet you also know all of their quirks.” (Image credit: Christina Ascani/NPR)
Michael Sims’ anthology of Victorian science fiction explores the way Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein fit the nervous energy of the 19th century, and shaped the genre that came after it. (Image credit: Christina Ascani/NPR)
What happens when a ‘Miller’ becomes a ‘Martinez’? This week, we offer advice for a woman whose fiance is worried about unconscious bias affecting their marriage. (Image credit: amathers/iStockphoto)