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There’s a podcast out about Bennington College, but Literary Hub warns that it might not be around much longer. Once Upon A Time…at Bennington College is based on Lili Anolik’s 2019 piece in Esquire about the school and the literar...
It’s easy to miss the occasional post or two online, so we’ve rounded up some of the highlights from our reader blog this week.   Lost (and found) in translation Swedish scholars solve a Grapes of Wrath manuscript mystery&n...
The 2021 T.S. Eliot Prize shortlist has been released, and judges have seen a distinct thread beyond the main criterion of being a new poetry collection written in English. This year, noted the chair of judges, poetry styles have become &ld...
Longtime Today host and CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric is releasing a memoir later this month, and it’s making quite the splash. Going There will come out October 26, with a star-studded book tour to accompany it. Among the guests for the...
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Frances Glessner Lee, through her dioramas of crime scenes, taught police officers to be more observant. But this godmother of forensic sciences also taught mystery writers crucial lessons, says author Stephanie Kane. Kane shares what she learned fro...
The pressure to come up with consistent content can feel daunting to even the most social-media-enthusiastic authors. So thank goodness for memes, says Jason Hamilton. They’re a quick way to connect with readers without draining your creative e...
Some writers (and people) don’t struggle with perfectionist tendencies. But many do, and it can hold them back personally and/or professionally.  Anne Brown was talking with a fellow author recently and realized just how inhibiting this fe...
You may think of them by a different name or description, but you’re certainly aware of Big Issue novels, as Kathryn Craft has dubbed them. They take on serious ideas, some of them political and contemporary, others more timeless. But regardles...
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