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rss Feed Icon The New York Times Book Review

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  • The Two Economists Who Fought Over How Free the Free Market Should Be
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  • Book Review: ‘The Husbands,’ by Chandler Baker
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rss Feed Icon The New York Review of Books

  • Prinzhorn’s Art of the Insane
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  • William Morris, Romantic Revolutionary
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  • Hand (Giotto)
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  • ‘A Searing Bolt of Turquoise’
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  • A Visionary Psychopath
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  • The Color Line
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rss Feed Icon Garden District Books

  • Larry Correia - Monster Hunter Bloodlines
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  • Virtual Happy Hour - Serena Valentino
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  • Ticketed In-Person Event: Louis Edwards: Ramadan Ramsey: A Novel
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  • Launch Party for Tarriona "Tank" Ball's debut poetry collection, Vulnerable AF.
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  • Virtual Happy Hour - e. E.Charlton-Trujillo
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  • Garden District Book Shop Book Club
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  • Virtual Zoom Event - Tori Bovalino in Conversation with Alechia Dow
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  • Ticketed In-Person Event - Farrah Rochon in conversation with Marti Dumas
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  • Celebrate Women’s History Month With These Great Reads!
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  • One Book One New Orleans Announces 2021’s Community Read
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rss Feed Icon LA Times Book Review

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  • What came after Japanese American internment? A mystery novelist holds the key
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  • Review: The most sinister power in this riotously fun dystopian novel? Still Hollywood
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  • Before rising literary star Anthony Veasna So died, he immortalized Cambodian California
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  • Review: 'Filthy Animals,' piercing stories about learning to love, by Brandon Taylor
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  • How to watch filmmaker Rodrigo Garcia discuss 'A Farewell to Gabo and Mercedes'
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  • Bestsellers List Sunday, August 1
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  • She died protecting California: 'Breathing Fire' tracks female inmate firefighters
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rss Feed Icon Los Angeles Book Review

  • Frenemies in a War Zone: On Andrey Kurkov’s “Grey Bees”
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  • Basil Heatter and the Great Comma Awakening
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  • “My Soul Demanded It”: On Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “Between Two Millstones”
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  • Kristen Arnett’s “With Teeth”
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  • A Civilized Frame: On Tove Ditlevsen’s “Dependency”
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  • Real Life Rock Top 10: June 2021
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  • Work and Days: On Peter Gizzi’s “Now It’s Dark”
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  • A Greater Catastrophe in Carol Edgarian’s “Vera”
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rss Feed Icon The Millions

  • Alexandra Kleeman Uses Interruptions Strategically
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  • Tuesday New Release Day: Starring So, Kleeman, Awad, and More
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  • Reading Everything and Everyone with Anthony Veasna So
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  • Joshua Ferris Writes a Work of Hope
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  • FOMO, but for Books
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  • Poetry to the Rescue During Times Of Crisis
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  • Silent All These Years: On Annie Dillard
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  • Into the Liner Notes with Kendra Allen
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  • Writing Is Thinking: Martha Anne Toll in Conversation with Ed Simon
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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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  • TLS Asks Chris Kraus 20 Questions | 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

  • How We Create Ourselves: Second Place by Rachel Cusk
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  • Reinventing the Truth: A Conversation with Anna Qu
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  • We Are More: Shattering the Ethnic Monolith Myth in The Gimmicks
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  • Sketch Book Reviews: Seek You by Kristen Radtke
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  • Hope Is the Last Bastion: Talking with Suchitra Vijayan
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  • A Psychogeographical Bildungsroman: Talking with Jo Hamya
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  • Voices On Addiction: A Conversation with James Brown and Patrick O’Neil
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  • The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project: Aruni Kashyap
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  • Scrutinizing the Ties That Bind: Melissa Febos’s Girlhood
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  • Discovering the Thought: A Conversation with Andrés Cerpa
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rss Feed Icon Flavorwire: Books

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  • Gallery: Xavi Bou's 'Ornitographies'
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rss Feed Icon Ploughshare

  • “Paris, in its own way, is a character in the book”: An Interview with David Hoon Kim
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  • Late Summer’s Exploration of the Past
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  • The Varieties of Black Liberation in The Heart of a Woman
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  • “Sometimes the poems know things that we don’t know ourselves”: An Interview with Jay Deshpande
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  • Gender and the Body in Breasts and Eggs, The Collection, and The Iliac Crest
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  • Loneliness and Parasocial Relationships in The Woman in the Purple Skirt
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  • The Contrapuntal Possibilities in me and Nina
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  • Death as the Villain in Pet Sematary
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  • Matthew Specktor’s Tender Ode to Failure in Always Crashing in the Same Car
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  • “We are both the colonized and the colonizers”: An Interview with Paisley Rekdal
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