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

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Katherine Wintsch has devoted her career to making life easier for mothers — in a new book, she shares her own struggles with conquering “the mean voice.” Read more

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David L. Robbins’s stage play gets the on-camera treatment. Read more

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Richmond author Meg Medina receives the Newbery Medal for her book “Merci Suárez Changes Gears.” Read more

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Author Sadeqa Johnson’s favorite objects tell her family story. Read more

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Virginia Pye’s story anthology isn’t self-help, but there’s plenty to ponder. Read more

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A courtroom drama receives on-camera treatment in a film adaptation of the David L. Robbins play "The King of Crimes." Read more

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Alex McGlothlin's new novel is set amid Richmond's burgeoning art scene. Read more

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Author Toni Tipton-Martin uncovers the hidden role of African-American women in America’s food culture Read more

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Chesterfield native Kevin Powers' new novel examines our nation's violent history and its impact on the present. Read more

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Richmond-born journalist and novelist Tom Wolfe dies at 88. Read more

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Ahead of the second annual RVA Lit Crawl, co-organizer and author Cheryl Pallant discusses "Ginseng Tango," a memoir of her recent journey to South Korea. Read more

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Author Alyson Taylor-White chronicles the history of Richmond's Shockoe Hill Cemetery. Read more

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Two recent books by Richmond authors explore things left behind. Read more

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Richmond has left its mark in countless books. Read more

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Richmond authors share the scoop behind their latest works. Read more

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Choose your path Read more

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Do it yourself Read more

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James River Writers will show you the way. Read more

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These book clubs really read the book. Read more

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