Daily Archives: September 9, 2014

View From the Hotel Window, 9/9/14: Iowa City

A smidge overcast here in Iowa City, but it’s still a nice day, and Iowa City a lovely town. Tonight: I am at the estimable Prairie Lights bookstore, at 7pm. Please bring yourself and everyone you know (and if you’re a professor, give the kids extra credit for showing up). My understanding is that tonight’s […]

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The Big Idea: Nancy Kress

Hugo and Nebula Award winner Nancy Kress is thinking big about something small: Your genes. In the real world, they connect you, for better or worse, with every other human on the planet. In Kress’ latest, Yesterday’s Kin, they also connect with something else — something surprising. NANCY KRESS: Yesterday’s Kin is, at its heart, […]

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