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Kasell spent three months traveling across China sampling and photographing street food, recording tasting notes and anecdotes, and cataloguing them by province and city. Read more

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Tobia brings Sissy: A Coming-Of-Gender Story to Quail Ridge Books on Thursday, Mar. 7. Read more

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Photo by Andrew Cenci

Abdurraqib, author of Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest, appears at Kings on Sunday afternoon. Read more

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Turner discusses his ethnographic study of more than one hundred current and former pro football players at Quail Ridge Books on Thursday, Jan. 31. Read more

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Photo by Roger Haile

Gurganus reads at Duke's Rubenstein Library this week, just ahead of the closing of his painting exhibit at Power Plant Gallery. Read more

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Our speculative-fiction expert runs down the best sci-fi, fantasy, and other genre books the Triangle produced this year. Read more

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Kirk, an accomplished nonfiction writer and human-rights advocate, launches her debut YA novel at The Regulator on Tuesday, Dec. 11. Read more

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Photo by Lydia Bittner-Baird

These anxious small-town musicians, aspiring managers, obsessive collectors, and ravenous fans are grappling with more than shuttering clubs and scene infighting. Read more

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Peggy Schuyler, Alexander Hamilton's sister-in-law and confidante, is the subject of L.M. Elliot's new book. Read more

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