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What happened on January 28, 2007

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  • Merely mortal Claire Panosian Dunavan, Claire Panosian Dunavan is a professor of medicine and infectious diseases at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

  • Pulp fiction Sarah Weinman, Sarah Weinman, a New-York based freelance journalist and book critic, writes about crime fiction on her blog, Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind.

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  • As I lay dying Susan Salter Reynolds, susan.reynolds@latimes.com Susan Salter Reynolds is a Times staff writer.

  • National insecurity Richard Eder, Richard Eder, a former Times book critic, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 1987.

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

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  • Tom the obscure Nicholas Delbanco, Nicholas Delbanco is the Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Michigan. His most recent novel is "Spring and Fall."

  • Digging out the truth Mark S. Luce, Mark S. Luce teaches English at the Barstow School in Kansas City, Mo., and at the University of Kansas.

  • Peripheral visions Ruben Martinez, Ruben Martinez, a professor at Loyola Marymount University, is the author of "Crossing Over: A Mexican Family on the Migrant Trail."

  • The whole truth Donna Seaman, Donna Seaman is an associate editor for Booklist, editor of the anthology "In Our Nature: Stories of Wildness" and host of the radio program "Open Books" in Chicago. Her author interviews are collected in "Writers on the Air."

  • Consumed Judith Freeman, Judith Freeman is the author of several novels, most recently "Red Water," and the upcoming nonfiction book "The Long Embrace: Raymond Chandler and the Woman He Loved."

  • To borrow a phrase ... Jonathan Kirsch, Jonathan Kirsch is an attorney specializing in publishing law and the author of, most recently, "A History of the End of the World: How the Most Controversial Book in the Bible Changed the Course of Western Civilization."

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