Chris Hedges and Laila Al-Arian report U.S. atrocities in Iraq, claiming 1.2 million casualties: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges and co-author English Al Jazeera reporter Laila Al-Arian report on the 'collateral damage' in the war in Iraq.
Art Spiegelman and Daniel Pink discourse on the discourse of comics: Although he wants a DNA test before he accepts paternity, the 'father of graphic novels,' Art Spiegelman discourses with 'graphic business books' writer Daniel Pink on the language and art of graphic books as seen through the lens of Spiegelman's life and work.
Jane Mayer nominated for NBCC award for her book exposing 'The Dark Side' of U.S. torture policies: New Yorker correspondent Jane Mayer sheds light on 'the dark side' of the Bush Administration's war on terror.
James McBride sticks another feather in his hat--historical novels: Multi-talented jazz saxophonist, musical composer, journalist, bestselling memoirist and novelist James McBride presents historical novel 'Song Yet Sung' at the 2008 National Book Festival.
Salman Rushdie blends East and West cultures in 'The Enchantress of Florence': Award-winning British Indian novelist and essayist, knighted for his 'services to literature,' Salman Rushdie is interviewed by Washington Post Book World editor Marie Arana at the 2008 National Book Festival 20 years after the publication of 'Satanic Verses' and the ensuing death threats that drove him into hiding for ten years.
Earvin 'Magic' Johnson shows game-changing moves in '32 Ways to Be a Champion In Business': Basketball legend Magic Johnson appears at BookExpo America 2008 to talk about his latest game-changing moves.
Azar Nafisi brings her 'portable home' to BookExpo: Iranian academic, free speech activist, and bestselling author of 'Reading Lolita in Tehran,' Azar Nafisi introduces her memoir, 'Things I've Been Silent About,' at BookExpo America 2008.
Ted Turner gets 'back on top' with autobio, charm, and swagger: Ted Turner turns on the charm at BookExpo America 2008 and predicts his autobiography will be 'a home run' that will put him 'back on top.'
Francine Prose reads like a writer at the National Book Festival and Miami Book Fair: Francine Prose hits the road (like a writer) for 'Goldengrove' with reading stops before packed audiences at the 2008 National Book Festival and Miami Book Fair International.
Poet Doc Patrick Clary, Dying For Beginners.
At the heart of this poetry by Patrick Clary are often tough and sometimes terrible details, generated out of an intensely lived, closely observed life as an unarmed medic in platoons patrolling the jungles of Vietnam, an intern in the hospital emergency rooms of New York City, and a nationally recognized Poet-Doctor ministering tothe spiritual and bodily pains of theterminally ill in New Hampshire. His first book of poetry, Notes from a Loveletter, was published under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Paul Auster offers reports from the interior of America, the cosmos, and a boy's hopes and fears.
Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director Paul Auster reads from his out-of-body memoir, 'Reports from the Interior,' at the 2013 Miami Book Fair International.
Norman Van Aken recalls his life in the collegial world of famous chefs and their culinary arts.
The 'founding father' of New World Cuisine, an international fusion of Latin, Caribbean, Asian, African and American flavors, Norman Van Aken reveals how he found his way into the 'No Experience Necessary' world of Emeril Lagasse,Charlie Trotter, Alice Waters, and Julia Child.
Kirby Larson brings her great-grandmother Hattie and 19th century Montana homesteading to life.
Acclaimed, Newbery Medal Honor Book, bestselling author of Young Adulthistorical fiction and true animal stories, Kirby Larson tells how her grandmother and great-grandmother influenced her career in historical fiction and true nature stories for children.