Nonfiction

Necessary dispute: Essay collection teaches the value of avoiding compromise | June 22-28, 2022

BOOK REVIEW: ‘On Compromise: Art, Politics, and the Fate of the American Ideal’ By Rachel Greenwald Smith | 2021 | Paperback, $16 | Nonfiction, politics | Available at the Seattle Public Library From the beginning of “On Compromise: Art, Politics, and the Fate of an American Ideal,” a collection of essays by Rachel Greenwald Smith, …

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‘Ain’t Burned All the Bright’ by Jason Reynolds, ‘All My Rage’ by Sabaa Tahir Win 2022 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards

On the 150th anniversary of the Awards, a winner and two honor books were selected in each of three categories, picture books, fiction and poetry, and nonfiction, the Horn Book announced today. The Horn Book has announced the winners of the 2022 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards. On the 150th anniversary of the Awards, a winner …

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These are the 2022 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award winners

A picture book about a Black family in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a novel about Pakistani-American teenagers growing up in California, and a nonfiction account of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre are this year’s winners of the Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards, an annual prize for children’s and young adult literature. The unique …

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Detroiter Jaunique Sealey Flourishes in Publishing as Author Jayne Allen

Author Jayne Allen discussed Black Girls Must Be Magic on Detroit Public Library’s Author Series earlier this year. // photograph courtesy of Nardi Media and HarperCollins Author Jayne Allen — the pen name of Jaunique Sealey, who grew up in Detroit — seems to have lived nine lives. The Detroit Country Day School grad left …

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Zee TV all set to launch the third season of ‘DID Super Moms’

Having received a good response to the previous two seasons that introduced audiences to some truly exceptional dancing mothers, Zee TV is now all set to return with the third edition of its non-fiction property – ‘DID Super Moms’. The third edition of the non-fiction show will air every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm …

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Review: ‘Cabin Fever,’ by Michael Smith and Jonathan Franklin | Health

NONFICTION: “Cabin Fever” takes us inside the Zaandam, which had an unanticipated passenger — the coronavirus. “Cabin Fever” by Michael Smith and Jonathan Franklin; Doubleday (253 pages, $30) The best nonfiction, in my mind, reads like a novel. It’s filled with compelling characters and takes you to a place you’d never otherwise experience. It tells …

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Review: ‘Cabin Fever,’ by Michael Smith and Jonathan Franklin | Health

NONFICTION: “Cabin Fever” takes us inside the Zaandam, which had an unanticipated passenger — the coronavirus. “Cabin Fever” by Michael Smith and Jonathan Franklin; Doubleday (253 pages, $30) The best nonfiction, in my mind, reads like a novel. It’s filled with compelling characters and takes you to a place you’d never otherwise experience. It tells …

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Emory professor sounds alarm on voter disenfranchisement

Jun. 21—False allegations of “voter fraud” that date back decades — even centuries — have been used to disenfranchise Americans, and they’ve returned again in recent years, imperiling the democratic process, according to Carol Anderson, the keynote speaker at Saturday’s Juneteenth gala. “The thing about a lie is, if you say it enough and convincingly, …

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Quentin Tarantino is writing his first nonfiction book ‘Cinema Speculation’

Quentin Tarantino has taken on a new career, that of an author. His first nonfiction book by him,titled Cinema Speculation is scheduled for release this October. Quentin Tarantino announced a while back that he would be hanging up his director’s cap after he completes his tenth film. While everyone is waiting in anticipation for the …

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