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  • This classic portrait of an American family living in genteel poverty throws a comfortable quilt over the hardships of Alcott’s own childhood • More famil...
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  • From Issue 7 - “The Sheep by A.T. Araghi THE SHEEP The sheep had blocked the highway. It sure was a bad traffic jam. Hemmat Highway was completely cong...
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  • Teen fans feel betrayed by a YouTube star whose bestselling novel was revealed to be ghostwritten
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  • If we exclude the brilliant books I edited for @VehiculePress (The Scarborough by @michaellista, Satisfying Clicking Sound by @JasonGuriel, — Carmine Star...
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  • Every fall, independent booksellers and publishers work together to promote a range of new titles published in Canada and internationally.… Read More » T...
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  • Gerard Russell talks about "Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms," and Phil Zuckerman discusses "Living the Secular Life."
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  • Staff Painters and poets of the New York School; the year of the essay; active reading; and other news. Page 1 This is all the info relevant to pag...
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  • NC’s new Special Correspondent Jeff Bursey has a very smart review of Lance Olsen’s new book in the new Winter Issue at Quarterly Conversation. Inside, Ols...
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  • Newcastle’s Lit & Phil isn’t easy to describe. It’s a beautiful building that harbours expansive rooms, mezzanines, corridors and hideaways, bookshelves ag...
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  • After long and painful negotiations and deliberations for four years, with the literary and arts community, with the arts councils and donors, with our co-...
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  • *The Arsonist’s Song Has Nothing To Do With Fire* by Allison Titus. Etruscan Press, $15. Reviewed by Brynne Rebele-Henry Alison Titus’s devastating debut...
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  • American Life in Poetry: Column 496 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE One of Grant Wood’s earliest paintings is of a pair of old shoes, and it hangs in the ...
    2 months ago