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Literary Hub 12m
Gordon Parks captures the story of segregation through her 1956 photos of African-American families in the South.
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Literary Hub 1h
Steve Edwards on how fatherhood is bad for his writing career, but good for his writing.
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Literary Hub 2h
.@viet_t_guyen on MLK Jr.'s prophecy concerning the Vietnam War and the weight it carries today.
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Literary Hub 3h
The Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. on his son’s legacy: "What M.L. had chosen to do was unquestionably right."
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Literary Hub 20h
30 essential crime novels by women in the last 100 years, in honor of Agatha Christie’s literary legacy.
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Literary Hub 21h
"Writing is no longer something you simply do; the life of a writer has become something you can buy."
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Literary Hub 22h
On the failure of Democrats to tell a good story: Economist on free-market mythmaking and "economism."
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Literary Hub 23h
. on suffering through 11 years of novel writing: "I could hear the silences in a sentence."
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Literary Hub Jan 15
A list of 20 "unputdownable" books that you can finish in bed tonight, inspired by 's Fever Dream.
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Literary Hub Jan 15
W.S. Merwin and discuss the importance of reading slowly and the pleasure of literary discovery.
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Literary Hub Jan 15
Give voice to resistance tomorrow with a gathering of our nation’s writers on anti-inauguration day.
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Literary Hub Jan 15
The Great Gatsby, Beloved, Lolita, and more: A compilation of the Great American Novel(s).
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Literary Hub Jan 14
In memory of Agatha Christie, who died on this day in 1976, 30 essential crime reads by women.
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Literary Hub Jan 14
When writing becomes another lifestyle good: On MFA programs, supplementary services, and affordability.
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Literary Hub Jan 14
Economist James Kwak on the cult of “economism” and the Democrats’ failure to tell a good story.
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Literary Hub Jan 14
. on selling your novel after 11 years: "Patterns surfaced in poems, stories, and plays."
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Literary Hub Jan 14
20 short novels to read overnight in the comfort of your bed, including , , and more.
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Literary Hub Jan 14
W.S. Merwin on reading what you want, the joys of paying attention, and the "great pleasure in being alive."
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Literary Hub Jan 14
Writers Resist: Join the nation's writers at an anti-inauguration on MLK's birthday.
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Literary Hub Jan 14
A brief survey of the Great American Novel(s), from Moby-Dick to The Flamethrowers
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