Hillary Jordan reads from her bestselling novel 'When She Woke'
Bestselling author Hillary Jordan read two passages from her new 'chilling, futuristic novel' (O-Oprah Magazine), When She Woke (Algonquin Books; October, 2011), at the 2011 Miami Book Fair Interntanional. Often compared to Nathaniel Hawthorne and Margaret Atwood, Jordan read the opening scene in which Hannah Payne has received a different kind of scarlet letter than Hawthorne's Hester Prynne. Jordan wrapped her reading with the trial sentencing scene in which Hannah learns her fate.
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Michael Ondaatje reads from his international bestseller 'The Cat's Table': Internationally acclaimed author Michael Ondaatje from his latest besteller, 'The Cat's Table,' at the 2011 Miami Book Fair International.
Mindy Kaling sends up Twitter, the book industry, book titles (and other concerns): Actress, comedian, writer and producer Mindy Kaling displays her comic talents at the 2011 BookExpo America trade show.
Adam Mansbach and friends lead parenting push back on children's bedtime antics: Author Adam Mansbach and illustrator Ricardo Cortes teamed up with television and film actress Jenna Elfman, famously known for her starring role as Dharma on ABC-TV's 'Dharma and Greg,' and Nikka's Box creator, singer, songwriter Nikka Costa for a multimedia presentation of the surprise #1 New York Times bestseller 'Go the F*ck to Sleep' at the 2011 Miami Book Fair International.
Eric Foner traces Abraham Lincoln's long political evolution from compromiser to emancipator: Pulitzer Prize winning historian Eric Foner unwraps a fresh and at times startling new look at Abraham Lincoln and his political evolution on the issue of slavery at the 2011 National Book Festival.
Newsmakers, poets, and rising stars of lit pack their bags and head for Miami November 13-20: Hundreds of newsmakers, poets, and rising literary stars and their fans head for one of the nation's foremost annual literary events, the 2011 Miami book Fair International.
Jane Lynch reveals the 'happy accidents' on her road to 'Glee': American actress, singer, and comedienne Jane Lynch maps the 'happy accidents' that changed her life and put her on the road to fame, fortune, and a starring role in the hit TV musical comedy, 'Glee.'
Sylvia Nasar draws drama and romance from the story of modern economics: Journalist, economist, professor, public speaker, and bestselling author of 'A Beautiful Mind,' upon which the Academy Award-winning movie by the same name was based, Sylvia Nasar outlines the biography of an idea that changed the world at the 2011 National Book Festival.
Roger Ebert offers a candid review of his own 'Life Itself': Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert of Siskel & Ebert fame takes fans behind-the-scenes to reveal the outtakes and poignant drama of his own 'Life Itself.'
Jim Lehrer sheds new light on presidential debates in 'Tension City': Famed journalist, executive editor and former news anchor for PBS NewsHour, Jim Lehrer recalls highlights as moderator for eleven U.S. Presidential debates.
James F. Dunnigan, The Perfect Soldier: Special Operations, Commandos and the Future of Warfare.
Military History: Legendary military analyst James F. Dunnigan tells us how and why Perfect Soldiers are the future of warfare. (4-part interview, 20 minutes).
Alan Cumming searches for answers and finds more questions.
Alan Cumming tells his family story at BookExpo America 2014 about abuse, identity, and Russian roulette.
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.
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