Posted on December 2, 2020 at 11:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Among the many things we have to look forward to: more writing from novelist Lauren Groff and memoirist Cheryl Strayed.

Groff, who made a huge splash with her previous novel, 2015’s Fates and Furies, will release Matrix in September, reports Literary Hub.

Matrix tells the story of Marie de France, sent away from court by Eleanor of Aquitaine, her fate not to marry but to serve as the prioress of an English abbey.

You can read the publisher’s full description of Matrix at Lit Hub.

Strayed, whose memoir Wild was a hit both as a book and a movie, is reviving her beloved Dear Sugar advice column as a monthly newsletter.

Strayed shared the news and the motivations behind it in an interview with NPR’s Rachel Martin, which you can listen to below (and also read on NPR’s website).

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