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Literary Hub 6h
Enter to win Sunshine State by , c/o ’ First Readers’ Club and
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Literary Hub 6h
“He shudders to think of the mess he left on the floor.” Excerpt from Lindsey Drager's The Lost Daughter Collective.
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Literary Hub 7h
. on the many books in her life, from Lord of the Rings to A Wrinkle in Time.
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Literary Hub 7h
How to host a literary event: reflects on the lessons learned while running a reading series.
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Literary Hub 8h
“He’s a model of how to have lived as a writer.” Geoff Dyer and in conversation.
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Literary Hub 8h
Revealing character, driving action, and hijacking plot: a brief history of birth control within literature.
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Literary Hub 9h
On , Citizen, and how trauma holds the black body hostage
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Literary Hub 9h
How YA literature is leading us to a better world through its direct engagement with up-to-the-minute social issues
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Literary Hub 10h
Today's giveaway: enter to win a copy of Terrible Future by Ellen Feldman, courtesy of
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Literary Hub 10h
"Control, that dark desire, rules the heart of the father..." From Lindsey Drager's The Lost Daughter Collective.
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Literary Hub 11h
. on the first book she fell in love with, Lord of the Rings, and the classic author she never read.
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Literary Hub 11h
“Change is possible.” An interview with Award for Biography finalist Joe Jackson. [sponsored]
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Literary Hub 11h
"Producing a series is about creating an experience" on learning what it takes to run a reading series
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Literary Hub 12h
Geoff Dyer and discuss obsession, the unpredictability of life, and John Berger's genius.
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Literary Hub 12h
A brief history of birth control in literature, from George Orwell and John Updike to Edna O’Brien and Alice Munro.
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Literary Hub 12h
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Literary Hub 12h
Celebrate with some of the biggest cuties in publishing
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Literary Hub 13h
. on 's Get Out, Claudia Rankine, and the horror of black hypervisibility.
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Literary Hub 13h
If fiction changes the world, it's going to be YA: on the rise of political change delivered through YA literature.
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Literary Hub Mar 22
Enter to win Sunshine State by , c/o ’ First Readers’ Club and
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