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  • A Star Is Torn DAVID THOMSON, David Thomson is the author of "In Nevada: The Land, the People, God, and Chance" and "Beneath Mulholland: Thoughts on Hollywood and Its Ghosts."

  • First Fiction MARK ROZZO

  • Magnificent Mush TIM CAHILL, Tim Cahill is the author of numerous books, including, most recently, "Dolphins" and "Jaguars Ripped My Flesh." He is a columnist for Outside magazine

  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang NICHOLAS MEYER, Nicholas Meyer is a writer-director whose movie credits include "The Seven-Percent Solution," "Time After Time," movies in the "Star Trek" series (II, IV and VI), "Sommersby," ABC's "The Day After" and, most recently, the HBO movie "Vendetta," starring Christopher Walken

  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang DAVID FREEMAN, David Freeman is a screenwriter and the author of the story collection, "A Hollywood Education," and most recently, the novel "One of Us."

  • Summertime Rumbas WYATT MASON, Wyatt Mason is the translator of "Masters and Servants," five novellas by French writer Pierre Michon

  • A Man in Full ERIC LAX, Eric Lax is the author of "Bogart" with A.M. Sperber and "Woody Allen," which will be reissued this fall by Da Capo Press

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

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