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Author Scott Turow Discusses His Latest Legal Thriller 'Identical'

Aug. 4
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Scott Turow will be in San Diego Tuesday to discuss "Identical." The ticketed event at Qualcomm is being co-sponsored by the San Diego Law Library and Warwick’s.

San Diego Author Aims To Tackle Lack Of Diversity In Children's Books

July 31
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Diego's Dragons is a fantasy series for middle grade and young adult readers by San Diego author Kevin Gerard. The series features a Latino boy as a hero.

How Animals With Mental Illness Can Help Humans Heal

July 15
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A growing consensus on animal behavior is leaning toward the theory animals have complex emotional lives more similar to our own than realized. "Animal Madness" takes its cue from the problems of one disturbed dog and examines what we can learn about ourselves from the emotional problems of animals.

Sally Ride's Public And Private Life Shared In New Biography

July 9
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Former ABC correspondent Lynn Sherr discusses her new biography "Sally Ride: America's First Woman in Space."

'Fluent In 3 Months' Author Believes You're Never Too Old To Learn

July 1
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Even if you have struggled learning a new language, Benny Lewis says you can be "Fluent In 3 Months."

Art School Aims To Bring Love Of Comics To San Diego Year-Round

June 16
By Brooke Binkowski
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San Diego is famous for Comic-Con, the annual celebration of comic book and geek culture. The rest of the year, San Diego's vibrant comic book scene goes virtually underground, but that could change.

‘I Am Pilgrim’ Delivers 21st Century Espionage With A Cold War Feel

June 6
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If this is what Terry Hayes can do with his first geopolitical spy novel, we can’t wait to see what he does next.

San Diego Author Of 'Once Upon A Mulberry Field'

June 5
By Tom Fudge, Patty Lane
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Some forty years ago Saigon fell to communist North Vietnam. A local author who lived in Vietnam during the war explores his experience in his first novel, Once Upon A Mulberry Field.

J.D. Salinger And Other Famous Folks Who Fought On D-Day

June 2
By Beth Ford Roth
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June 6 will mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day, when 160,000 Allied troops stormed the beaches of Nazi-occupied Normandy in France, in what was the largest naval invasion in world history. Some of those service members went on to gain fame in literature, sports and film.

Maya Angelou, Poet, Activist And Singular Storyteller, Dies At 86

May 28
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Poet, performer and political activist Maya Angelou has died after a long illness at her home in Winston Salem, N.C.

One Book, One San Diego 2014 Selection: Lysley Tenorio's 'Monstress'

May 27
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Author of the 'One Book One San Diego' pick, San Diego native Lysley Tenorio talks about his collection of short stories called "Monstress."

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Cartoonist Steve Breen Inspired By Kids For His New Book

May 26
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A Tyrannosaurus Rex eating Donald Trump, Miley Cyclops and Santa Claus blowing up a Nazi with a bazooka — these are some images from the wild imagination of Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Steve Breen and his kids.

USD Professor Discusses New Book, 'The Family Cannon'

May 22
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"The Family Cannon," a short story collection by University of San Diego professor Halina Duraj, follows the story of Magda, a Polish-American girl who struggles between Old World fears and New World dreams.

San Diego Political Legend Tom Hom Talks About 'Bumpy Road' To American Dream

May 21
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Tom Hom, the first Asian-American to serve on the San Diego City Council, opens up in a new memoir about growing up in San Diego and the challenges to achieving the American dream.

Swimming The 1,777-Mile Danube River For A Good Cause

May 19
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Mimi Hughes has embarked on a number of marathon swims, including the Tennessee, Ohio and — most-challenging — Danube rivers for social and environmental causes.