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Been looking around your bookstore and not sure what to read?  Maybe you'll get some ideas here.  PopEntertainment.com talks with some of the writers behind the books that you love. 

Alan Alda-One of our most-loved actors adds a second book to his long, impressive resume.
Reed Alexander-The former iCarly villain returns with a nefarious plot to make us healthier with Kewlbites.
American Gothic-Harvard historian Steven Biel tackles the most famous and relentlessly parodied painting in US history.

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Melissa Anderson looks back (yes, she still has her sight!) on a classic television past with her memoir The Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House.
Adrienne Barbeau supplements her acting career with a new role as horror novelist as her third book Love Bites hits the stores.
Rona Barrett-The First Lady of entertainment reporting shares her view of Hollywood.

Celebrity chef Mario Batali and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Eric Bogosian-Actor, writer and concert performer discusses his career and the rise of the talkers.
Al Capp-A biography takes a look at the dark side of a classic cartoonist.
Belinda Carlisle-The post-punk princess opens up about her life, her vices and her secrets in her memoir Lips Unsealed.
Rosanne Cash-The acclaimed singer-songwriter discusses her album Rules of Travel and her work in books.
Nick Cave-The singer/songwriter/actor/ novelist tries his hand at a screenplay with The Proposition.
Charlene-The singer behind the iconic 1980s smash "I've Never Been to Me" writes about her sweet life in her autobiography.
Caprice Crane (2006 Interview)-The new novelist has people talking with Stupid and Contageous.
Caprice Crane (2009 Interview)-The novelist / screenwriter talks about her new novel and her rebooting of 90210 and Melrose Place.

Tony Danza-The actor takes a shot at teaching and writes all about it with I Want to Apologize to Every Teacher Iíve Ever Had.

Darren Daulton-The former baseball All-Star catcher has found a new calling.
Linda Ellerbee-The best writer in TV news returns to the book stores.
Nathan Englander-The novelist opens our eyes to The Ministry of Special Cases.
Dan Epstein-Takes a couple of looks back at the national pasttime in the funkiest decade with Big Hair & Plastic Grass and Stars & Strikes.

Joshua Ferris-An author takes a look at life behind the cubicle in Then We Came to the End.
Joe Franklin-We look back with the pioneering broadcaster who created the TV talk show.

Peter Funt-Smile! He's talking about Candid Camera.
Stephen Fried-Twenty years after the death of supermodel Gia, her biographer looks back at her place in history.
Neil Gaiman-The graphic novelist takes on the big screen with the adaptation of his epic Stardust.
Melissa Greene-In the mid 1970s, she was poised to become a TV star and walked away.  Find out what came next.
Michael Joseph Gross explores our fascination with the cult of celebrity.

George Hamilton-The best-tanned actor and reality TV dancing star in Hollywood has written his memoirs.
Christopher Hampton-the playwright and film adaptation specialist gets an Oscar Nomination for his work on Atonement.
Chelsea Handler-The stand-up-turned-author gives us a tour of her Horizontal Life.
Valerie Harper (2014 interview)-The beloved actress catches us up on her venture in the fight against cancer, LungForce.
Chris Hayes-The MSNBC policy wonk catches us UP on the Twilight of the Elites.
Thomas Hine gets down and chronicles the seventies in The Great Funk.
Thomas Jane-We get raw with the Hung actor and comic mogul.
Ernst Jorgensen-Protecting the musical legacy of the King of Rock and Roll.
Stephen King and Frank Darabont-The master of horror fiction and the director behind arguably his greatest film adaptations reteam in The Mist.
The Last Great Fight-a new book asks the question: Was the Mike Tyson/Buster Douglas fight the end of the road for boxing?
Christopher Kennedy Lawford (2005 interview) writes about his demons and his famous family.
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Reichen Lehmkuhl-This modern-day Renaissance Man reflects on his action-packed career and how he is working to change the future.

Richard Lewis-The famously neurotic stand-up legend finally comes to terms with his life and his career -- kinda...

Alan Light-A rock journalist follows the unique road of Leonard Cohen's musical standard "Hallelujah" in the book The Holy or the Broken.

Lionel-Bringing humor and deep thought back to talk radio.
Robert T. Littell recalls his best friend, John F. Kennedy, Jr., in a new memoir.
Tommy MacDonald-PBS's favorite woodworker gives us the Rough Cut on making furniture, whether your skill level is top of the line or IKEA.

Jake Marcionette-The youngest writer ever on the New York Times best-seller list returns with the third chapter of his Just Jake series - Camp Wild Survival.

Craig Marks looks back at the crazy days when MTV-Music Television still played music with the oral history I Want My MTV: The Uncensored History of the Music Video Revolution.
Michael Moore-America's greatest documentary agitator takes on the HMOs in SiCKO.
Susan Olsen-Looks back at the odd pop-cultural hiccup which was The Brady Bunch Variety Hour in the book Love to Love You Bradys.
wpe98178.gif (111335 bytes) Gregg Oppenheimer's new book helps to explain why we still love Lucy.
Mike Papantonio attacks the notion that intelligent political talk radio has to come from the right.
patric1.gif (128733 bytes) Vincent Patrick-The tough-guy author of The Pope Of Greenwich Village talks about his long-awaited book, Smoke Screen.

James Patterson goes off the beaten path to investigate Murder of a Small Town.

Richard Price (2004 Interview) -A talk with the celebrated novelist about his career and his book Samaritan.
Richard Price (2008 Interview)-The bard of the New York streets returns with a double shot - the new novel Lush Life and the final season of The Wire.
rafkin1.gif (81320 bytes) Alan Rafkin-King of Nick at Nite talks of helming almost every show ever -- from Capt. Kangaroo to Veronica's Closet.
reid.gif (89456 bytes) Elwood Reid-A look at a man taking the long, strange road from the gridiron to literature.
Randy Rhoads-The late, great guitar hero is the subject of an elaborate new biography.
Henry Rollins on the life of a driven renaissance man.
Alison Rosen-A journalist breaks out as podcast nation's cute girl next door.
Lloyd J. Schwartz-Looks back at life behind the scenes at one of the classic sitcoms in his memoir Brady, Brady, Brady.
Mark Shriver-Looks back at his father Sargent Shriver with A Good Man.
Rick Springfield-The 80s hitmaker looks back at superstardom and his lifelong battle with depression in his memoir Late, Late at Night.
Jake Steinfeld-The fitness guru wants to put you in business with his latest book.
Fred Stoller-The professional nebbishy guy next door looks back at his acting career with Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Professional TV Guest Star.
Curtis Stone-Talk about dream jobs, he gets paid to pick women up in grocery stores and take them home in The Take Home Chef.
Superman-An author looks at the secret identity of The Man of Steel.
Sybil Exposed-Think you know the story of the 1973 mega-best seller Sybil?  Think again!
Scott Turow-The master of the legal thriller revisits his most famous characters in Innocent.
webb1.gif (60428 bytes) Jimmy Webb-Classic tunesmith's book looks at the crazed world of professional songwriting.
Jerry Wexler-The man who coined the term "rhythm and blues" looks back on a career of classic rock and soul.
Barry Williams-Here's the story of a guy who played Greg Brady.
Mary Wilson-The supremely talented girl group pioneer is still making great music.
Amy Yasbeck-The actress writes a book about her relationship with her beloved late husband, With Love and Laughter, John Ritter.

Warren Zanes-The former alt-rocking Del Fuegos member writes the definitive book on his hero, Petty: The Biography.

 
Anthony E. Zuiker-The mind behind CSI looks to reinvent the reading experience with Dark Prophecy.

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