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Literary Hub 7h
Take a stroll down the parallel memory lanes of literature and cinema.
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Literary Hub 8h
"There are, perhaps, 'rules' to good writing—and yet here is someone who did not confine himself to the space defined by these rules."
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Literary Hub 9h
"I started 'Cherokee America' almost 20 years ago. And I’d begun my romp through history a couple of decades before that. Big complicated books don’t get written fast."
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Literary Hub 9h
"A Star Is Born, in 2018, becomes a film that erases the woman yet again, but in a different kind of way; rather than being jealous of her, he’s angry at her for not conforming to his idea of what music should be."
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Literary Hub 9h
Replying to @jazir1979
It's because we're in the pocket of Big Brisbane!
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Literary Hub 10h
"A tour de force of legal history, deftly told, 'We the Corporations' encourages readers to see things from different angles." on 's "We the Corporations."
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Literary Hub 10h
Calling all aspiring writers: The Muse and the Marketplace is GrubStreet's annual writing conference featuring more than 130 craft classes, discussions, and meetings with agents and editors. Visit to register or find out more! [sponsored]
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Literary Hub 11h
It's been awhile, but we're back with the Lit Hub staff's current cultural obsessions, from Janelle Monáe to poems that will make you ugly-cry.
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Literary Hub 11h
"'It’s cold out there,' Nancy informed me." On going into the (very) cold, in the name of research.
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Literary Hub 12h
“'It is impossible for an Englishman to open his mouth,' George Bernard Shaw famously wrote, 'without making some other Englishman hate or despise him.'”
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Literary Hub 12h
Brown lipstick, baby tees, and so many literary cameos.
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Dana Snitzky 12h
I star in this A Star Is Born review and am really honored to be the exclaimer of the first pullquote. (I exclaimed a lot of exasperated things when watching ALL FOUR of them and I still feel violated by the entire experience. No more stars should be born! No more!)
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Literary Hub 13h
"García Márquez writes as if there were a kind of parity to past and future, almost as if there were no forward arrow of time at all."
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Literary Hub 13h
"Grandma lived in the present. Didn’t reminisce. I don’t know if that was just her nature, or some sort of old Indian thing, or, maybe, because her past wasn’t all that pleasant."
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Literary Hub 14h
"Essentially, he mansplains art to her."
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Literary Hub 14h
The triumphant return of Lit Hub Recommends! Slake your thirst for cultural recommendations from the Lit Hub staff. So refreshing.
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Literary Hub 15h
Today's giveaway: Enter to win a copy of “Cherokee America” by Margaret Verble, c/o
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Book Marks Feb 18
"Giving the audience power, and that’s what social media does, changes everything. I think because of that, there’s finally a realization that more diverse stories need to be mass-published." An interview with creator Uli Beutter Cohen.
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Literary Hub 15h
"I found it especially important to write with both respect and caution about a culture not my own." on traveling to subarctic Canada to research a distant past.
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Literary Hub 16h
"Part of the puzzle of Brexit, for Americans, is that so many of the main players represent barely distinguishable but traditionally opposed British types."
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