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Literary Hub 2h
A monument to capitalism dressed up as a sitcom: How Girlboss tries & fails to be a millennial Mary Tyler Moore Show
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Literary Hub 3h
Your enema is ready: 20 years of the same prank call at a legendary NYC bar, McSorley’s.
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Literary Hub 4h
Tales of Port-au-Prince: Edwidge Danticat on listening to the Haitian voices that are already speaking.
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Literary Hub 5h
Populations do good or evil en masse: In a 12th-century poem, a vision of solidarity we need today.
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Literary Hub 6h
In the second installment of Lit Hub Longform, read Karen Russell on home, belonging, and Portland's housing crisis.
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Literary Hub 7h
Just because you write it, doesn't mean you have to publish it: Virginia Woolf on the personal essay.
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Literary Hub 8h
Genevieve Plunkett, Michelle Huneven, & more: We are excited to announce the 2017 O. Henry Prize stories.
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Literary Hub 9h
"Nina was voracious." Tita Ramirez remembers her friend who finished a memoir with only months left to live.
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Literary Hub May 27
A monument to capitalism dressed up as a sitcom: How Girlboss tries & fails to be a millennial Mary Tyler Moore Show
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Literary Hub May 27
Your enema is ready: 20 years of the same prank call at a legendary NYC bar, McSorley’s.
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Literary Hub May 27
Tales of Port-au-Prince: Edwidge Danticat on listening to the Haitian voices that are already speaking.
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Literary Hub May 27
Populations do good or evil en masse: In a 12th-century poem, a vision of solidarity we need today.
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Literary Hub May 27
"How did we let it come to this?" Karen Russell on America’s housing catastrophe.
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Literary Hub May 27
What Virginia Woolf had to say about personal essays.
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Literary Hub May 27
We are excited to announce the 2017 O. Henry Prize stories.
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Literary Hub May 27
Tita Ramirez remembers her friend, Nina Riggs, who, with months left to live, finished her memoir The Bright Hour.
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Literary Hub May 26
"Flying wasn’t easy when you were a trend forecaster." From ’s novel, Touch.
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Literary Hub May 26
Typhoid Mary, Ingrid Bergman, Colette, & more: The week in literary film and TV news.
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Literary Hub May 26
"Language is fragile. Words can erase and distort so many things." An interview with
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Literary Hub May 26
And there on stage sat a brilliant man: on his years doing shows with Hunter S. Thompson.
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