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rss Feed Icon The New York Times Book Review

  • Quinta Brunson’s Viral Fame Knows No Bounds
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rss Feed Icon The New York Review of Books

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  • Launch Party for Tarriona "Tank" Ball's debut poetry collection, Vulnerable AF.
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  • Nicolas DiDomizio and Steven Salvatore
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rss Feed Icon Tubby & Coo’s Mid-City Book Shop

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  • One Book One New Orleans Announces 2021’s Community Read
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  • 2020 Bestsellers & January New Releases
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rss Feed Icon LA Times Book Review

  • Poets and historians reevaluate the 'nation of immigrants' on a Festival of Books panel
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rss Feed Icon Los Angeles Book Review

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rss Feed Icon The Millions

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  • Taking Refuge in How: On Toni Morrison’s First Three Novels
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  • Revisiting an Unchanged Venice
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  • The Gift of Creativity from Eric Carle
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rss Feed Icon Poetry Foundation.org

  • Anne Sexton Poems Unearthed | by Harriet Staff
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  • Diana Hamilton on Midwinter Day, Knausgaard at Post45 | by Harriet Staff
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  • New Thinking on Shakespeare as Misogynist | by Harriet Staff
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  • Westword Interviews Linda Gregerson | by Harriet Staff
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  • Javier Marías Talks Translating John Ashbery | by Harriet Staff
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  • A Studio Visit With Natalie Diaz | by Harriet Staff
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  • Terrance Hayes Speaks With CBC Radio's 'Writers & Company' | by Harriet Staff
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  • Did Instagram Save Poetry? | by Harriet Staff
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  • The Silent Ones: Missing Women’s Voices From the Inside | by Randall Horton
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rss Feed Icon The Rumpus

  • Trust in Action: Talking with the Editors of Fat and Queer
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  • Unsettled Memories: First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami
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  • Hypocrisy Is Ripe for Stories: Talking with Melissa Scholes Young
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  • What to Read When You Want to Celebrate Pride
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  • Electric Synthesis: Drakkar Noir by Michael Chang
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  • Uncollapsing Memory: A Conversation with Vince Granata
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  • The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project: Laraine Herring
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rss Feed Icon Flavorwire: Books

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rss Feed Icon Ploughshare

  • Reinventing Loss in The Vault
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  • The Agency of Men in The Atmospherians and How to Kidnap the Rich
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  • The Allure of Scapegoating in Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch
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  • Reading Two Groff Companion Pieces
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  • “People are messy. What does it even mean to be likable?”: An Interview with Kristen Arnett
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  • The Heartbreak of Bewilderness
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  • The Embodied Narrator in How the Word is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America
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