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Literary Hub 14h
"Consequently, I think I’m showing myself under my best light." From Learning What Love Means by Mathieu Lindon
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Literary Hub 14h
29 storytellers from around the world who will help envision the future of literature
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Literary Hub 15h
Franklin Foer discusses big tech, Silicon Valley, conformity, and more
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Literary Hub 15h
Legendary statistician Bill James applies his analytical acumen to solve an unsolved century-old mystery [sponsored]
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Literary Hub 15h
Gwendolyn Brooks conjured up Maud Martha in the space between what she liked and what she would have liked.
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Literary Hub 16h
Listen to the author of Sing, Unburied, Sing in conversation with Paul Holdengraber
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Literary Hub 16h
John McPhee, Attica Locke, Elizabeth Rosner, and more in 5 books making news this week
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Literary Hub 17h
John Haskell & Brigid Hughes talk finding truth in ballet and the movies.
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Literary Hub 17h
Win an advance copy of theMystery.doc by Matthew McIntosh, courtesy of
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Literary Hub 17h
A memoirist on her lost voice, writer’s block, and the new life it led to
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Literary Hub 18h
Nomad life: on the road, and in a Walmart parking lot
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Literary Hub 18h
An excerpt from Mathieu Lindon's new book, Learning What Love Means.
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Literary Hub 19h
Introducing Issue Four: 29 writers who represent the future of writing and our world.
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Literary Hub 19h
Franklin Foer on the existential threat of big tech.
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Literary Hub 20h
How Gwendolyn Brooks lives on through her fictional alter-ego, Maude Martha
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Literary Hub 20h
Today's giveaway: Enter to win a copy of “Nomadland” by Jessica Bruder c/o
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Literary Hub 20h
. & talk Ava DuVernay, reading history, and the art of the profile
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Literary Hub 21h
Craft, crime, and trauma in 5 books that are making news this week
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Literary Hub 21h
What do John Cassavetes and the ballet have in common?
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Literary Hub 22h
Tova Mirvis on losing her actual voice led her back to her writing voice.
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