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A daily literary website highlighting the best in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and criticism.
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Literary Hub 6h
. on abuse, unrequited love, feeling at home in the water and how to gut a largemouth bass.
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Literary Hub 7h
Why Latin America’s answer to Karl Ove Knausgaard has an apologia for reading.
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Literary Hub 8h
How multiple translations of the same poem bring us closer to the experience of reading the original.
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Literary Hub 9h
The high drama, the factory workers, the bartenders and epic violence of rural noir.
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Literary Hub 10h
., , Nalo Hopkinson and more on this list of 30 must-read dystopian books by and about women
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Literary Hub 11h
Orhan Pamuk on how the joy of taking photographs must always be at odds with our yearning for authenticity.
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Literary Hub 12h
Visiting old fictional friends is so bittersweet: On loving children's books as an adult.
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Literary Hub 13h
To be a writer you have to be obsessed, and other literary advice from Susan Sontag.
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Literary Hub Nov 18
. on abusive relationships: Why do fathers tell their daughters lies that they have to carry the rest of their lives?
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Literary Hub Nov 18
On Ricardo Piglia, his alter ego, and the defense of self-consciousness.
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Literary Hub Nov 18
On the different kinds of choices translators invariably make (whether they do so consciously or not)
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Literary Hub Nov 18
Frank Bill's guided glimpse of rural noir: Where tragedy & violence is always among the characters, pushing & testing their existence.
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Literary Hub Nov 18
The Handmaid’s Tale, Who Fears Death, The Hunger Games, and more: 30 dystopian novels by and about women.
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Literary Hub Nov 18
Orhan Pamuk on photography and how in facing the camera, we are “posing” for the future.
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Literary Hub Nov 18
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Literary Hub Nov 18
On loving children’s books as an adult, and how you can never really go back to cosmic power of childhood.
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Literary Hub Nov 18
Enter for a chance to win a copy of THE VANITY FAIR DIARIES by , which provide an incendiary portrait of her eight spectacular years as editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair! [sponsored]
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Literary Hub Nov 18
Susan Sontag on how a great writer must have moral intelligence—which creates true authority.
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Literary Hub Nov 17
Priceless gold, dangerous forests, and wooed wives in this excerpt of J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic poem, The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun.
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Literary Hub Nov 17
On how sea level rise is one of the hardest things to predict and our planet's potentially dystopian future.
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