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  • Irving Gill and the Enigma of Genius KEVIN STARR, Kevin Starr is state librarian of California and a professor at USC. His most recent book, "Troubled Dreams: California in War and Peace, 1940-1950," will be published by Oxford University Press in the fall

  • Life Is Everywhere BERYL BAINBRIDGE, Beryl Bainbridge, five times a Booker Prize nominee, is the author of 16 novels, among them "Master Georgie" and the forthcoming "According to Queeney."

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • Religion 101 (The Short Course) ZACHARY KARABELL, Zachary Karabell is a contributing writer to Book Review

  • All in the Family JOSEPH HOROWITZ, Joseph Horowitz is the author of five books, including "Wagner Nights: An American History." He teaches at the Eastman School of Music and serves as an artistic advisor to various orchestras, including the Pacific Symphony

  • Correspondence

  • EACH DAY I CHOOSE FROM AMONG THE STEEPENING REMINDERS By Jane Hirshfield

  • Mammy Dearest D. J. CARLILE, D.J. Carlile is the author of a new translation of "Rimbaud: The Works," published by Xlibris.com

  • Forever Young KATHERINE BUCKNELL, Katherine Bucknell is the editor of "Juvenilia: Poems 1922-1928" by W.H. Auden, and "Lost Years: A Memoir 1945-1951" and "Diaries: 1939-1960," both by Christopher Isherwood

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