Extra! Extra!: January 2021 Book News

Here are all of the headlines you may have missed this month.

BLACKTOP WASTELAND to hit the big screen.

Brandon Stanton connects to the world one photo at a time.

A three-year-old romance for fans of Harry Styles.

James Comey on the criminal justice system. 

Joanne Freeman, author of THE FIELD OF BLOOD, helps define sedition.

Escape to SUMMERWATER’s Scotland with NPR

Kate Mosse on writing and caring for others.

Glenn Adamson’s CRAFT tells the story of unsung artisans.

Nnedi Okorafor speaks to NPR

Emma Glass and Kirkus talk REST AND BE THANKFUL. 

John Thompson doesn’t hold back with some surprising moments in I CAME AS A SHADOW.

Christopher Golden’s creepily satisfying RED HANDS.

Ling Ma’s inspiration for SEVERANCE.

Michael J. Fox reflects on life with Parkinson’s in NO TIME LIKE THE FUTURE.

USA Today, NPR, and The Washington Post cover Anna North’s OUTLAWED.

NYT reviews Rachel Holmes’  SYLVIA PANKHURST, John Gray’s FELINE PHILOSOPHY, John Thomson’s I CAME AS A SHADOW, Sarah Moss’ SUMMERWATER + Rich Cohen’s PEE WEES.

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