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TOKYO (AP) — Kazuko Shiraishi, a leading name in modern Japanese “beat” poetry, known for her dramatic readings, at times with jazz music, has died.

NEW YORK (AP) — Inspired by an 18th century Scottish philosopher and the modern scourge of misinformation, Suzanne Collins is returning to the ravaged, post-apocalyptic land of Panem for a new “The Hunger Games” novel.

NEW YORK (AP) — Inspired by an 18th century Scottish philosopher and the modern scourge of misinformation, Suzanne Collins is returning to the ravaged, post-apocalyptic land of Panem for a new “The Hunger Games” novel.

In recent years, more and more books highlighting the Greek-American experience are being published, many of those thanks to the ease of self-publishing now available.

In recent years, more and more books highlighting the Greek-American experience are being published, many of those thanks to the ease of self-publishing now available.

Writing about the Allied invasion of Normandy, Garrett M.

Writing about the Allied invasion of Normandy, Garrett M.

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Commemorating Byron 200 Years after His Death

There are very few figures in history as compelling and as complicated as Lord Byron.

There are very few figures in history as compelling and as complicated as Lord Byron.

Peter Barber’s Bestselling Travel Memoirs of Life in Greece

Award-winning, bestselling author Peter Barber writes about his love for his adopted homeland of Greece in his Parthenon Series of travel memoirs.

Award-winning, bestselling author Peter Barber writes about his love for his adopted homeland of Greece in his Parthenon Series of travel memoirs.

Two Books to Add to Your May Reading List

With spring in full bloom and the days growing longer, now is the time to replenish that reading list.

With spring in full bloom and the days growing longer, now is the time to replenish that reading list.

Children’s Book Week – TNH Favorites

NEW YORK – This week is Children's Book Week, the twice-annual celebration of children’s books and reading.

NEW YORK – This week is Children's Book Week, the twice-annual celebration of children’s books and reading.

Easter in Greek Literature

The profound spiritual celebration of Easter has also inspired the great writers of Greece.

The profound spiritual celebration of Easter has also inspired the great writers of Greece.

Alec Karys Shares His Father’s Diary from the Asia Minor Campaign

In recent years, the interest in genealogy has skyrocketed as more and more people are utilizing technology to learn as much as possible about their family history.

In recent years, the interest in genealogy has skyrocketed as more and more people are utilizing technology to learn as much as possible about their family history.

Marisha Pessl’s ‘Darkly,’ Her First Novel in Six Years, to Come Out Nov. 12

NEW YORK (AP) — Marisha Pessl's first novel in six years is a psychological thriller with the kinds of intricate clues and connections she has been known for since her acclaimed debut, “Special Topics in Calamity Physics.

NEW YORK (AP) — Marisha Pessl's first novel in six years is a psychological thriller with the kinds of intricate clues and connections she has been known for since her acclaimed debut, “Special Topics in Calamity Physics.

Book Review: Jen Silverman’s Gripping Second Novel Explores the Long Afterlife of Political Violence

Earlier this year a former member of the far-left Baader-Meinhof gang who spent decades in hiding was arrested by German police in connection with a string of crimes.

Earlier this year a former member of the far-left Baader-Meinhof gang who spent decades in hiding was arrested by German police in connection with a string of crimes.

Maia Kobabe’s ‘Gender Queer’ Tops List of Most Criticized Library Books for Third Straight Year

NEW YORK (AP) — Maia Kobabe’s graphic memoir “Gender Queer” continues its troubled run as the country’s most controversial book, topping the American Library Association’s “challenged books” list for a third straight year.

NEW YORK (AP) — Maia Kobabe’s graphic memoir “Gender Queer” continues its troubled run as the country’s most controversial book, topping the American Library Association’s “challenged books” list for a third straight year.

Stacy Rubis on Her Debut Novel Celebrating the Life of Oriana Fallaci

ATHENS – Author Stacy Rubis discovered the story of Oriana Fallaci (1929-2006) on the Greek island of Folegandros in the 1980s.

ATHENS – Author Stacy Rubis discovered the story of Oriana Fallaci (1929-2006) on the Greek island of Folegandros in the 1980s.

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