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The first-time novelist wins VCU's Cabell award for "Severance." Read more

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The bestselling author takes readers inside NASA in her newest thriller. Read more

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Alexandra Christle is the winner of James River Writers and Richmond magazine's third annual Best Self-Published Novel contest. Read more

Features

1980s Miami seethes and explodes in the noir-styled "The Edge of America." Read more

Arts

Harry Kollatz Jr.’s first attempt at fiction focuses on an imagined local musician. Read more

Arts

Richmond novelist Karen A. Chase places readers in 1776, on horseback, with a satchel containing the Declaration of Independence. Read more

Arts

Author KT Sparks wins James River Writers’ and Richmond magazine’s seventh annual Best Unpublished Novel contest. Read more

Arts

Author Howard Owen will appear at a book launch for "The Devil's Triangle" on July 12, 6 p.m. at Chop Suey Books Read more

Arts

Award-winning Midlothian-based author Sadeqa Johnson presents her latest book, "And Then There Was Me," April 18 at Chop Suey Books. Read more

Arts

Tonight at the Richmond Main Library, Richmond novelist David L. Robbins hosts a panel discussion around his new novel, “The Low Bird.” Read more

Arts

Clay McLeod Chapman, writer, playwright and performer, returns home to sign his latest creation: a vampire story set during the Richmond Theater Fire of 1811. Read more

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A VCU Medical School researcher's innovative approach has resulted in a new vaccine against Lyme disease in canines and work is underway in developing a human vaccine Read more

Health

Suspense novelist Tess Gerritsen participates in the Weinstein JCC's annual book fair (Nov. 5 to 15), which marks four decades this year. Read more

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