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World's Richest Fiction Prize Reveals Shortlist
Six writers have been shortlisted for a 75,000 prize for a single work of fiction - the world's richest literary award. Read it at the BBC News.



Page Flippers Take Reading Challenge
California kids from all regions of the state are doing their part to increase literacy. Read more about it at Yahoo!.



Jamaica Kincaid on the Town
Donna Seaman of "Booklist" reviews a new collection of New Yorker columns from Jamaica Kincaid. Read it at the Chicago Tribune.



A Panoply of Paranoia
Need a paranoia-inducing read? Salon's Laura Miller and Marie Russo share their top ten novels in this self-centered category. See the list at Salon.com.



Best-selling Authors Jump on E-book Wagon
Last year saw bold experiments with e-publishing and more best-selling authors are lining up. Read more about it at USA Today.



James Bond or Walter Mitty?
If book sales are any measure, a lot of readers must live dangerous lives. Read about the best-selling survival manual in the New York Times.



Drug Companies on Drugs
A practicing physician gives a frank review of Elvis' favorite book, the "Physicians' Desk Reference." Read what the doctor writes at Salon.com.



Election 2000
President Bush has taken the oath, but there's no shortage of reading material about the campaign marathon. Learn more in Publisher's Weekly.



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