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Friday, April 29
100 Books to Change Your Life - Martin Chilton, The Telegraph
The Artful Financial Textbook - Anne Quito, Quartz
Serving the National Interest - Richard Aldous, Wall Street Journal
Explaining Shakespeare Skepticism - Constance Grady, Vox
History of Colt's Snake Guns - Mark Keefe, American Rifleman
In Other Words - Jhumpa Lahiri, The Washington Times
Essential Art History - Ann Russell, Wall Street Journal
By the Book - Louise Erdrich, The New York Times
Worth the Attempt - Jane Smiley, Los Angeles Times
Shakespeare Among the Cowboys - Kate Havard, Washington Free Beacon
Thursday, April 28
Power of The American Idea - Bruce S. Thornton, RealClearBooks
America's Long Hangover - Beverly Gage, The Nation
The Least British Shakespeare - Morten Høi Jensen, The New Republic
Chernobyl's Legacy - Michael Lapointe, The Atlantic
Mark Twain Traveled in Style - Richard Zacks, The Daily Beast
Discussing David Copperfield - Edan Lepucki, The Millions
Three Magical Books - Michael Dirda, The Washington Post
Age of First-Person Media - Mark Rotella, Vanity Fair
Spellbinding Story of Witchcraft - Carmen Maria Machado, NPR
15 Writers Who Get Stoned - Electric Literature
Wednesday, April 27
DeLillo Dares to Outwit Death - Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times
True Reagan - Terri Schlichenmeyer, Rushville Republican
The Novel Politician - Michael Taube, The Washington Times
To Be or Not to Be, A Writer - Ralph Gardner Jr., Wall Street Journal
Man in the Arena - Pete Hegseth, FOX News
Styling a New Series - Jason Heller, NPR
Weeding the Worst Library Books - Daniel A. Gross, The New Yorker
Ultimate Ideal of Art - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Literature's Emotional Lessons - Andrew Simmons, The Atlantic
Conservatives on Campus - Tyler Arnold, Washington Free Beacon
Tuesday, April 26
Reading Like Warren Buffett and Bill Gates - Andrew Merle, Quartz
Iceland's Water Cure - Dan Kois, The New York Times
Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans - Neal Gabler, The Atlantic
A Life Spent Reading - Ann Klotz, The Huffington Post
Smart Take on Meditation - Cara Anna, ABC News
The Rainbow Comes and Goes - Martin Rubin, The Washington Times
The Oracle of Oil - Lloyd Alter, Treehugger
Science Pioneer - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Presidency of Richard Nixon - Robert Kaiser, New York Review of Books
Gun Accidents in America - Michael Mechanic, Mother Jones
Monday, April 25
The Books that Influenced Shakespeare - Olivia Goldhill, Quartz
This is the Power of Literature - Marta Bausells, The Guardian
This Week's New Books - Jocelyn McClurg, USA Today
Moynihan's Moment - Israel Zoberman, The Virginian-Pilot
Interview with Michael Chabon - Naomi Zeveloff, Forward
Best Money Books for Entrepreneurs - Garrett Gunderson, Forbes
Pure Pulp Madness - Bethanne Patrick, NPR
Last Voyageurs - Michael Ramsey, The Roanoke Times
Dawn of a Global Age - Joseph Goulden, The Washington Times
Outsider as President - Marcus Gilmer, Mashable
Saturday, April 23
The Definitive Guide to 2016 Books - Iona McLaren, The Telegraph
Who Was Socrates? - Nigel Warburton, Five Books
Crime Novel Or Literature? - Barry Forshaw, The Independent
10 Favorite Books - Eleanor Friedberger, The New York Times
The Legacy of Jackie Robinson - Alex Hanson, Valley News
Russia Celebrates British Literature - Nandini Krishnamoorthy, I.B. Times
Necessity of Fear - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Indian Enslavement in America - Genevieve Valentine, NPR
Reading the Constitution - Marilyn Englander, KQED
My Struggle - Kevin Canfield, San Francisco Chronicle
Friday, April 22
An Author's Writing and Reading Habits - Wall Street Journal
Our Quest to Know the Universe - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Angels, Mobsters, Monsters - Jason Sheehan, NPR
The Killing of Osama bin Laden - Max Liu, The Independent
By the Book - Andy Cohen, The New York Times
Celebrating Charlotte Bronte - Sarah Jane Abbott, Huffington Post
Depraved Heart - Muriel Dobbin, The Washington Times
Prince Was Writing a Memoir - Allison Takeda, Us Weekly
Shakespeare, 400 Years Later - Leah Libresco, FiveThirtyEight
Thursday, April 21
How Literature Bolsters Democracy - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Washington & Hamilton Alliance - Paul Carrese, Library of Law and Liberty
Why Are American Jews So Liberal? - Bethany Mandel, The Federalist
Boomers On the Final Frontier - Dwight Garner, The New York Times
Hume's Call to Action - Richard Bourke, The Nation
Women and Romance - Connie Ogle, Miami Herald
Textbook Industry - John Warner, Chicago Tribune
Workplace Heroics - Laura Miller, Slate
Portraying Elizabeth II in Literature - Sabine Peschel, Deutsche Welle
April's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy - Nancy Hightower, Washington Post
Wednesday, April 20
8 Non-Fiction Books About Space - Alex Weiss, Bustle
This Year's Fiction Winner - Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times
50 Shades of Shakespeare - Chelsea Summers, The New Republic
A Good Death - Michael Harris, The Globe and Mail
Shakespeare Wasn't a Conservative - Colin Macdonald, Salon
Riveting Memoir, Ode to Plants - Genna Buck, Maclean's
To Broke and Back - Carla Main, City Journal
Imagining Albums as Books - Christophe Gowans, Mother Jones
16 Business Books to Change Your Life - Jacquelyn Smith, Business Insider
Tuesday, April 19
The Sad Truth About Speed-Reading - Melissa Dahl, New York Magazine
Dead Presidents - Martin Rubin, The Washington Times
Hell After ISIS - Anand Gopal, The Atlantic
Fighting for the Future of NPR - Leon Neyfakh, Slate
A Habit of Books - R.P. Nettelhorst, Jerusalem Post
Was Miami Made for Mystery Novels? - Alex Segura, The Daily Beast
Secret Rules of the Internet - Catherine Buni & Soraya Chemaly, The Verge
Crisis in Brazil - Perry Anderson, London Review of Books
Fever at Dawn - Samantha Nelson, The A.V. Club

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