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Drinking Coffee Elsewhere by ZZ Packer ZZ Packer's debut collection, released in 2003, contains some of the most revealing
Elizabeth Strout's new novel, My Name is Lucie Barton, returns to the mother-daughter turf of her debut, Amy and Isabelle, published a decade and a half ago.
These eleven episodic novels do not follow traditional linear storylines, but don't think of them as short story collections either. Read as a whole, these narratives illuminate in their content and structure how we're more connected than we think.
If you loved 'Olive Kitteridge,' you'll adore this new book by author Elizabeth Strout.
Readers knew how good Olive Kitteridge was before Sunday night. Just sayin'.
"Fargo" won the Golden Globe for best TV show or Mini-Series at the 2015 Golden Globes, beating out much buzzed-about HBO
On how she came to be a producer: "With Olive, I realized that I’m a filmmaker — not just an actor. I’ve absorbed a lot over
If you're looking for a likable lead character, you won't find her in "Olive Kitteridge." If you want a lovable lead character