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Literary Hub 4h
Enter to win a copy of White Tears by , c/o ' First Readers' Club and .
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Literary Hub 4h
“Without hovering, I would watch her like a hawk.” An excerpt from ’s novel, On the Sickle's Edge.
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Literary Hub 5h
5 books making news this week, including , , and Steve Erickson.
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Literary Hub 5h
Return of the editor: on his time off from and his re-entry into publishing.
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Literary Hub 6h
Dreaming of how to spend millions: Amanda Rea on the wide American gap between rich and poor.
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Literary Hub 6h
“Like a 2-for-1 drink special, this bracingly strong collection may prove intoxicating.”— [sponsored]
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Literary Hub 6h
. on losing herself in Athens and the near impossibility of disappearing in the age of the internet.
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Literary Hub 7h
I am an American patriot and I am part of something bigger: on how to be a patriot in the age of Trump.
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Literary Hub 7h
“What will defeat Trumpism is not angry men, but courageous women.” On the emergence of violence in Trump’s America.
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Literary Hub 8h
A month into Trump: , , and more reflect on America under the new administration.
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Literary Hub 8h
Today's giveaway: enter to win a copy of Running by , courtesy of .
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Literary Hub 8h
Things We Lost in the Fire will “linger in the mind for weeks.” Start reading now. [sponsored]
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Literary Hub 9h
"I had spent years jumping down from moving trains." An excerpt from ’s novel, On the Sickle's Edge.
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Literary Hub 9h
Five books making news this week, from gods and monsters to refugees and the Twin Towers.
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Literary Hub 10h
Announcing 's highly anticipated return to publishing as Executive Editor at .
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Literary Hub 10h
Growing up poor with Trump on TV: "But like any red-blooded American, we understood our poverty to be temporary."
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Literary Hub 11h
. on her time of wanderlust in Athens and the impossibility of getting lost in the age of the internet.
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Literary Hub 11h
How to be a patriot in America: on the community of art and public protest, and our bend towards justice
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Literary Hub 12h
. on the violence simmering just below the surface in Trump's America.
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Literary Hub 12h
President Trump, one month later: On the new administration, from art and resistance to violence and protest.
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