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  • The Wound That Never Heals GLORIA EMERSON, Gloria Emerson is the author, most recently, of "Loving Graham Greene: A Novel" and "Winners & Losers," an account of the Vietnam War, which won a National Book Award

  • WHERE ART IS A MIDWIFE By Tom Paulin

  • Los Angeles Times Children's Bestsellers / August 5, 2001

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  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • Leviathans of the Deep RICHARD ELLIS, Richard Ellis is the author of "The Book of Whales," "Men and Whales" and the forthcoming "Aquagenesis: The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea."

  • The Seduction of Place MICHELLE HUNEVEN, Michelle Huneven is the author of "Round Rock."

  • A Defense of Serious Fiction LEE SIEGEL, Lee Siegel is a contributing writer to Book Review and a contributing editor to Harper's and The New Republic

  • Seeing Red NORA SAYRE tical accusations couldn't be quite as deadly. *, Nora Sayre is the author, most recently, of "On the Wing: A Young American Abroad," "Running Time: Films of the Cold War," "Sixties Going on Seventies" and "Previous Convictions."

  • Almost Famous LUCRETIA STEWART, Lucretia Stewart is the author of the novel "Making Love" and editor of "Erogenous Zones: An Anthology of Sex Abroad."

  • Ode to Joy TED LIBBEY, Ted Libbey is the author of "The NPR Guide to Building a Classical CD Collection" and the forthcoming "NPR Encyclopedia of Classical Music." He is heard every week on National Public Radio's "Performance Today."

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