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Want an advance copy of ’s Little Fires Everywhere courtesy of ? Enter here:
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Up above, the stars were like jewels encrusted in a transparent sphere: from Jesús Carrasco’s novel, Out in the Open
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A white woman has only one handicap to overcome: on Mary Church Terrell and Black women's leadership memoirs.
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Peter, the Pirates, and Tiger Lily: Visiting the actual island that inspired Neverland.
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Mothers who leave their children: on the pain of motherless nights.
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The most anthologized poems of the last 25 years (an exhaustive, if not scientific, study).
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On the Gaskins, going back to the land, and old time American wisdom: The invention of the rural hipster.
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Who was the pop star? Who was the poet? How Patti Smith brought rock n’ roll to New York City poetry.
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Today's Daily Giveaway: win a copy of Daniel Kane’s Do You Have a Band? c/o .
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There were no such exotic breeds where he lived. Only greyhounds: from Jesús Carrasco’s novel, Out in the Open.
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This is the story of a colored woman living in a white world: On Black women's leadership memoirs.
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Visiting the actual island that inspired Neverland: John Pielmeier travels to the South Sea.
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Mothers who leave: on abandonment, loneliness, and survival.
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From William Carlos Williams to Elizabeth Bishop: The most anthologized poems of the last 25 years.
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The invention of the rural hipster: the one great move back to the land that started it all.
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Blurring the lines between poet & pop star: How Patti Smith brought rock n’ roll to New York City poetry.
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Today on : an interview with , an interactive digital novel, & a J.D. Salinger biopic.
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Literary Hub Jul 23
The lies we tell ourselves about gentrification: Brandon Harris on a decade in Bed-Stuy.
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Literary Hub Jul 23
So you've decided to write: Terry McDonell on editing Hunter S. Thompson.
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Literary Hub Jul 23
Patriotism, like any fanaticism, can be poison in the well of the self: James Baldwin vs. William F. Buckley.
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