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  • Children’s author-illustrator Julie Kraulis made an appearance at the Rogers Cup in Toronto on July 23 to give a talk… Read More »
    14 hours ago
  • Mark Rothko’s 1953 “Untitled: Purple, White, and Red.” It’s almost August, summer is on the wane, the sun is setting toward the south, the great thunder ...
    18 hours ago
  • “Larissa Andrusyshyn’s book Proof is a book about the clash of order with disorder, about impossible cause and inevitable effect, about incomplete equation...
    19 hours ago
  • *Estevan Azcona, PhD**, is director of MECA Presents, the arts and residency program at Multicultural Education and Counseling Through the Arts (MECA) in...
    19 hours ago
  • *BOREAL SWING* My mother hunted moose as a child my grandfather taught her how to field dress a bull: make an incision from the throat to the pelvis the a...
    1 week ago
  • Submissions for the 2016 Tomaž Šalamun Prize will be accepted through July 15. Dara Wier is the final judge.
    2 weeks ago
  • From the award-winning author of Like Water for Chocolate comes a new tale of murder and redemption – read an extract By Laura Esquivel and Jordi Castell...
    3 weeks ago
  • Bones & Breath is the name of a book by the Scottish poet Alexander (‘Sandy’) Hutchison, published by Salt. It won the Saltire Award for Best Scottish Poet...
    1 month ago
  • After some legal wrangling, a letter from Neal Cassady to Jack Kerouac will be offered at auction.
    2 months ago
  • I couldn’t get past the fifth page of a crime novel I’d borrowed from a friend when I read, “a tear rolled down his cheek.” I reported this to my friend wh...
    2 months ago
  • I already felt like I was to blame when my baby was born at 25 weeks. Then my husband's CEO called me a benefit hog
    11 months ago
  • 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...
    1 year ago

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