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Book Clubs Get Especially Clubby
Every age begets its era-specific book clubs. Perhaps it’s unsurprising that ours features more and more niche, insider gatherings. One for Political Junkies? Check. Thriller writers? Check. Proust lovers? Check.
By the Book: By the Book: Ani DiFranco
The singer-songwriter, whose new memoir is “No Walls and the Recurring Dream,” says her shelves contain “poetry for when my mind is spinning” and “a bunch of learn-how-to-meditate books that don’t seem to be helping.”
Stuff Your ‘Rules’
“The Rules” taught us how to deform ourselves to nab a husband. But what would we do once we had him?