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The finalists for the richest short story prize in the world on process, advice, and writer's block.
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The myth of “real” America just won’t go away. (Rebecca Solnit, )
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Four dictionary stories by Jez Burrows.
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Why more books should interrogate the dangerously robust and frighteningly coherent ideology that is conservatism.
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From the Mars Room to the moon, 5 books making news this week.
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Kate Rope on discovering her purpose as a writer: to share the story of struggle.
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Among some animals, the vast majority of males die as wasteful, disappointed virgins.
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Curtis Sittenfeld on Alice Munro, Mohsin Hamid, and other books in her life.
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The canon is not in danger, you don't *have* to read anything, and other things to keep in mind before you get angry at a list of books on the internet.
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Today on Lit Hub Daily: A profile of Rachel Kushner, the pay gap between male and female authors, the joys and comforts of 7-11.
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Replying to @wichitalibrary
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Annotation builds reading confidence; it helps us understand how literature is made—because it puts us there among the phrases.
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Jameson Rohrer Apr 22
Prison librarian in CA who needs book donations. Amazon wish list is pinned on profile. We take used paperback fantasy, science fiction, historical fiction, comics, graphic novels, suspense and more through the mail too. Librarytech87@gmail.com for details and shipping address
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On Henry Tilney, proto-mansplainer, and the long history of men encouraging women to disregard their intuition.
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"The whole book is a simple question: What would it take to make you give the unquestioning sacredness that you give to humanity to other things?” A profile of Richard Powers.
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From Let the Devil Wear Black to 10 Things I Hate About You, the best Shakespeare adaptations to grace our screens during the grungiest decade.
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The act and art of annotation is my fullest participation as an audience. I’m there, on the page, being inspired and enlivened.
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"We have to un-blind ourselves to human exceptionalism. . . Unless forest-health is our health, we’re never going to get beyond appetite as a motivator in the world." A profile of Richard Powers.
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From Eve Sedgwick's "Girl Being Taught a Lesson" to men explaining things to Rebecca Solnit, a brief history of literary mansplaining.
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One week left to cast your vote for the 2018 ! Discover the five finalists and vote for your favorite before May 1st. [sponsored]
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