For this month's Readers' Review: "Drown" -- the debut collection of short stories by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Junot Diaz. Twenty years ago, Diaz published ten heart-breaking tales about a fragmented family from the Dominican Republic finding their way in 1980s America.
Advances in the science of evolutionary development could soon make it possible to create a living dinosaur. This creature would offer clues to the past, hope for future medical advances, and a host of ethical issues. Why extinct no longer has to mean forever.
- James Gorman Deputy science editor of The New York Times and editor of its Science Times section. This is his seventh book.
- Jack Horner Regents Professor of Paleontology at Montana State University and curator of paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies.
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