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Founded in 1846 by Charles Scribner. Publisher of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Stephen King, Don DeLillo, Anthony Doerr, Jeannette Walls, Chuck Klosterman, & more.
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Cocktailest thou this holiday weekend? has conjugated the verb "to cocktail" so you don't have to:
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The Ultimate Literary Guide To America via
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The 10 Best Lines From 's profile for on via
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A Library That Plummets into an Abyss via
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Guilty (and not-so-guilty) summer reads of the faculty
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The August 2015 Indie Next List Preview Happy birthday, !
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Oh we know Molly. So should you. Via : has a corgi and you need to drop everything and look at her
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Thanks to amazing and for providing us with the best required reading!!
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Kicking off July in style: paperback launch with !
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Anthony Doerr: By the Book
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has one of the best openings we've read. Chapter 1 available now on Scribner Magazine
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“One benefit of summer was that each day we had more light to read by.” ― Jeannette Walls,
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A dinner that reimagines Greek diner classics from moussaka to baklava & brings humor & charm to the table
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An OED Update Reveals the Surprising Place Where Hundreds of New Words Originated via
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.'s new short story "an unusual experiment" via
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How can a man stand up for the enemy and still be considered a patriot? via
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