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Nicole Y. Chung is an editorial aide for Book World. Prior to joining The Washington Post in 2017, she worked at PBS NewsHour and C-SPAN's "American History TV."
After all, the book is almost always better.
Designers and creative directors discuss how three paperback designs came together.
The Netflix movie is one of several recent instances of the media finally treating Korean food with respect instead of exoticizing or misunderstanding it.
“The Court Dance,” “A Kinship of Secrets” and “If You Leave Me” revisit the past and inform the present.
“Marriage Vacation” jumps out of the TV show and lands in the bookstore.
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Life imitates art in this elaborate blending of romance and corporate synergy.
New stories by Tom Hanks, Karen Shepard and even Kurt Vonnegut.