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What happened on November 26, 2006

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  • What the ocean spits back out Antoine Wilson, Antoine Wilson is the author of the forthcoming novel "The Interloper" from Handsel Books/Other Press. He lives and surfs in Los Angeles.

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  • Vision things Karrie Higgins, Karrie Higgins is a writer living in Portland, Ore.

  • Understanding starstuff Sara Lippincott, sara.lippincott@latimes.com Sara Lippincott is an assistant editor of Book Review.

  • Giving up the ghosts Deborah Vankin, Deborah Vankin is a writer and editor living in Los Angeles.

  • Discoveries Susan Salter Reynolds, susan.reynolds@latimes.com

  • A jotted-down life Lynne Tillman, Lynne Tillman is the author of several books, including "American Genius: A Comedy" and "This Is Not It: Stories."

  • String theory Richard Eder, Richard Eder, former book critic of The Times, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 1987.

  • Picking a winner Marianne Wiggins, Marianne Wiggins is a professor of English at USC. She was nominated for a National Book Award in 2003 and served as a fiction judge for this year's prize.

  • The cold- blooded conundrum Valerie Boyd, Valerie Boyd, a journalism professor at the University of Georgia, is the author of "Wrapped in Rainbows: The Life of Zora Neale Hurston" and the forthcoming "Spirits in the Dark: The Untold Story of Black Women in Hollywood."

  • Four score and seven versions ago Ted Widmer, Ted Widmer, a former speechwriter for President Clinton, is director of Brown University's John Carter Brown Library and editor of the two-volume set "American Speeches."

  • Schlemiels' paradise Art Winslow, Art Winslow's introduction to H.L. Mencken's collected coverage of the Scopes trial can be found in the recently published "A Religious Orgy in Tennessee."

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