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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michael Chabon
The way Michael Chabon sees it, he took the cowardly way out early in his career.
High praise alert: When it comes to creating vivid, memorable and "real" characters of any and all sexes, ages and races, no American novelist writing today can touch Michael Chabon.
A new and uncertain era of e-book prices has begun.
This year's Cannes Film Festival is opening with a New England accent.
Starting this week and continuing into 2012, virtually all Michael Chabon novels, stories and other writings will become available as e-books, news the author accepts with pleasure and resignation.
I didn't want to get left behind in the e-book revolution," author Michael Chabon says about taking the traditional e-book royalty for his recent works though he says it's too low.
"I agreed to the traditional e-book royalty, which I think is criminally low, because I didn't really have any legs to stand on. I didn't want to get left behind in the e-book revolution," Mr. Chabon said recently.