Fall books: Karl Ove Knausgaard, Kim Thúy, George Elliott Clarke, and more

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      In our annual seasonal roundup, we talk to the authors of everything from a 3,600-page portrait of ordinary life to a photo-packed cultural history of fashion.

      Karl Ove Knausgaard turns inner life into literature on a grand scale

      Kim Thúy reflects on love and the language of food

      George Elliott Clarke's poems strive for maximum sonic effect

      Fashion That Changed the World spans Chanel suits to steampunks

      Angie Abdou’s Between thrives on domestic culture clash

      Daniel J. Levitin reveals the science behind information overload in The Organized Mind

      Eric McCormack’s Cloud casts an eerie shadow on its modern setting

      David Stouck wins City of Vancouver Book Award