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time.com
4 hours ago
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A Poet on Taylor Swift's Complicated Embrace of Tortured Poets

Tortured poets throughout history were driven by love and inner turmoil, resulting in sensitivity and self-destruction. [ more ]
The Walrus
14 hours ago
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Yes, It's Okay to Throw Away a Book | The Walrus

Books hold a special status and are seen as a wholesome purchase even when unread due to the perception of supporting the publishing industry. [ more ]
Inside Higher Ed | Higher Education News, Events and Jobs
15 hours ago
Writing

Why academics should see writing as their own art form (opinion)

Academics face challenges in identifying as writers despite writing being a significant aspect of their careers. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 day ago
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Films: "The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg" + "The Poetry Deal" (SF Main Library)

Honoring Beat poets Diane di Prima and Allen Ginsberg during National Poetry Month through documentaries at San Francisco Public Library. [ more ]
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"It is several years since this dinner, and I remember best the taste of persimmons soaked in muscadet, and the kindness of a famous man to someone who would admit to being young, but only hesitantly to being a poet." @athenek

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The Paris Review
1 day ago
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In Warsaw - The Paris Review

The short story 'The Beautiful Salmon' explores the complexities of dinner parties, sharing unique insights and reflections on such occasions. [ more ]
The Paris Review
1 day ago
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In Warsaw - The Paris Review

The short story 'The Beautiful Salmon' explores the complexities of dinner parties, sharing unique insights and reflections on such occasions. [ more ]
The Paris Review
1 week ago
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"We're Never Alone" - The Paris Review

Tobias Wolff received the Hadada Award for lifetime achievement in literature and spoke at the Spring Revel.
Wolff reminisced about family, friends, and the importance of relationships in his life as a writer.
Wolff reflected on the solitary nature of creating art but emphasized that artists are never truly alone. [ more ]
The Atlantic
2 weeks ago
Writing

The Best Books to Read Outside

Reading literature outdoors encourages a leisurely frame of mind and enhances the reading experience.
Books that suit outdoor reading can help readers reflect on their place in the world and appreciate beauty. [ more ]
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The Paris Review
2 days ago
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"Throwing Yourself Into the Dark": A Conversation with Anne Carson - The Paris Review
Empty space is a creative playground for Anne Carson, emphasizing absence-as-presence in her work. [ more ]
"I’m a good tidier." —Anne Carson, in conversation with @KateDwyer

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"We seek out ways to make time stop. That only happens in moments of total attention, which is why we pursue them." Anne Carson speaks to @KateDwyer

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AnOther
1 day ago
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Feted Critic Becca Rothfeld's Debut Book Dissects Modern Life and Culture

Lead Image Photography by Sejal Soham
The title of Becca Rothfeld 's debut essay collection is inspired by a 13th-century mystic.
New York Post
2 days ago
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NYC's City Hall asked staffers to write poems about their agencies - perfecting the art of wasting time

City Hall asked top staffers to write poems for 'Poem in Your Pocket' day, seen as a time-wasting exercise by some. [ more ]
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BuzzFeed
2 days ago
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People Are Sharing The Shocking, Earth-Shattering Family Secrets That Changed Their Lives Forever

The impact of parental divorce on siblings can have long-lasting effects on their relationships and family dynamics. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 days ago
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The Hypocrite by Jo Hamya review sun, sex, scenery and family guilt

A novel within a novel explores complex family dynamics and conflicting memories without a fixed objective truth. [ more ]
The Ringer
2 weeks ago
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How Hanif Abdurraqib Learned to Surrender Himself to the Process

Abdurraqib aimed to create a unique book in terms of style and form.
The book is a blend of basketball, childhood memories, place, and family dynamics. [ more ]
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creativity
“If devil worshippers know one thing, it is to whom they are paying their addresses.”

David Russell on Marion Milner. https://t.co/5IGX47FbiW
The Paris Review
3 days ago
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Prescribing Creativity: The Meta-Diaries of Marion Milner - The Paris Review

Creative potential central in psychoanalysis but challenging to understand. [ more ]
The Paris Review
3 days ago
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Prescribing Creativity: The Meta-Diaries of Marion Milner - The Paris Review

Creative potential central in psychoanalysis but challenging to understand. [ more ]
The Wire Magazine - Adventures In Modern Music
2 weeks ago
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Bells, William Blake and Hildegard von Bingen: Clarissa Connelly charts her world of work - The Wire

Clarissa Connelly views each of her albums as a distinct world of work, with her latest album reflecting her core music philosophy.
Connelly draws inspiration from Georges Bataille's concept of the exterior 'world of work' and Hildegard von Bingen's connection between prayer and music for her latest album. [ more ]
Vulture
2 weeks ago
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How'd You Make That?

Creators' stories have a classic structure, starting from nothing and ending with something.
Transitioning from editor to artist involved struggles of self-doubt and the balance between perseverance and surrender. [ more ]
Slate Magazine
2 weeks ago
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I Got Help for My Insomnia From a Dead Writer With A Singular Mind

Insomnia can be seen as an opportunity for creative activities rather than just an affliction.
Lewis Carroll's Guide for Insomniacs offers whimsical ways to pass sleepless hours, emphasizing the value of wakefulness for creativity. [ more ]
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America Magazine
3 days ago
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Elizabeth Cullinan, the 'criminally under-read' bard of the Bronx Irish

Elizabeth Cullinan, a writer highlighted for her contributions to Bronx Irish Catholic literature, remains underrated and under-read in contemporary literary discussions. [ more ]
The New Yorker
4 days ago
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The Poet Who Took It Personally

Delmore Schwartz's painful life and attempts to change poetry led to acute feelings of failure. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
6 days ago
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Poet Jackie Kay: I could have been brought up by Tories!'

Facing grief, poet Jackie Kay channels emotions into her latest collection, 'May Day,' influenced by her parents' recent passing. [ more ]
AnOther
1 week ago
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Elaine Kahn's Favourite Book Imagines a "Free Palestine"

Gaza Writes Back features short stories by young Gazans during Operation Cast Lead.
Elaine Kahn's poetry harnesses language's liberatory potential with impactful imagery. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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The best recent poetry review roundup

Ondaatje returns to poetry after 20 years, focusing on impermanence and learning through last moments.
Clarke's poetry highlights nature's beauty and comfort during dark times, using simple language for profound moments. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
2 weeks ago
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Opinion | How to Breathe With the Trees

Ada Limon's warmth and ability to connect through poetry is rare and comforting, especially in today's world.
Poetry, with its pauses and breaks, encourages slowing down and reflection, offering solace and healing. [ more ]
Miami Herald
2 weeks ago
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Her love of words began in Miami-Dade's public libraries. Now she's the county's poet laureate

Caridad Moro-Gronlier named Miami-Dade County's new poet laureate, following Richard Blanco.
Moro-Gronlier, influenced by childhood experiences, dreams of impacting others through poetry. [ more ]
Artforum
4 days ago
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FAITH RINGGOLD (1930-2024)

Artist Faith Ringgold explored race, gender, and community through various artistic mediums, advocating for Black and women artists.
Ringgold faced challenges as a Black woman artist to gain recognition but persisted with an undimming career spanning seven decades. [ more ]
The New Yorker
4 days ago
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Joyce Carol Oates on Life as a Mystery

The story explores the mysteries and complexities of human personalities following significant life events, delving into the depths of relationships and the unknown aspects within them. [ more ]
Washingtonian - The website that Washington lives by.
4 days ago
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Carlos Lozada Thinks You Should Care About Political Memoirs

Examining books by political figures reveals insights into Washington and its politicians. [ more ]
Kqed
1 week ago
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In 'Like Happiness,' a Woman Struggles to Define a Past, Destructive Relationship

The novel Like Happiness by Ursula Villarreal-Moura explores the complexities of relationships, nostalgia, and cultural representation in literature. [ more ]
www.npr.org
1 week ago
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In 'Like Happiness,' a woman struggles to define a past, destructive relationship

Exploration of complex relationships and personal growth. [ more ]
The Atlantic
1 week ago
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An Oblique and Beautiful Book

The Children's Bach by Helen Garner focuses on the impact of unmoored lives and the necessity of caring for others. [ more ]
Document Journal
1 week ago
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In Jennifer Croft's 'The Extinction of Irena Rey,' literature is alive-even dangerous

Jennifer Croft's novel, 'The Extinction of Irena Rey', explores the complexities of translation, art, and nature through the disappearance of the titular character. [ more ]
The Atlantic
1 week ago
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Six Cult Classics You Have to Read

Books earn 'cult classic' title by blending passionate following with relative obscurity, sparked by word of mouth.
Cult classic books are often subversive, strange, and experimental, resonating with a specific subset that may be unseen by the mainstream. [ more ]
The Walrus
1 week ago
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Forget That Stuff about Mounties, Hockey, and Corny Beer Commercials | The Walrus

The essence of being a Canadian writer is complex and cannot be easily defined.
The concept of a Canadian novel has evolved, encompassing diverse voices and perspectives. [ more ]
The Wire Magazine - Adventures In Modern Music
1 week ago
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Basta Now : an interview with Fanny Chiarello & Valentina Magaletti - The Wire

Permanent Draft is a new micro press and label founded by Fanny Chiarello and Valentina Magaletti, focusing on women, trans, and non-binary artists in experimental music.
Chiarello and Magaletti aim to create a space to showcase underrepresented artists and challenge gender disparities in the music industry. [ more ]
www.esquire.com
1 week ago
Writing

"How (Not) To Grieve" by Mitchell S. Jackson

The article delves into the complex emotions and reactions of young Black men in response to violence and death within their communities.
It highlights how traditional stages of grief may not align with the coping mechanisms and rituals these individuals employ within their cultural context. [ more ]
www.npr.org
1 week ago
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Excerpts from the works of the 2024 Whiting award winners

Attending the wrong event due to a misunderstanding of Islamic customs and burial practices.
Feeling out of place but staying present despite confusion. [ more ]
www.npr.org
1 week ago
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10 writers win 2024 Whiting Awards for emerging authors

Emerging writers awarded $50,000 Whiting Awards.
Past Whiting winners have achieved literary success. [ more ]
designboom | architecture & design magazine
1 week ago
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richard serra's sculpture 'clara-clara' could finally find a permanent home in paris

Richard Serra's controversial artwork 'Clara-Clara' may be reinstalled in Paris after being in storage for over three decades.
The legacy of artist Richard Serra continues to spark discussions due to the contrasting opinions about the monumental sculpture in Paris. [ more ]
The Walrus
1 week ago
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How Dennis Lee Cooked Up Alligator Pie | The Walrus

Children's poetry often lacks quality in metrics and rhyming, written merely to accompany illustrations.
Engaging children with catchy rhythms can spark an interest in poetry, with Dennis Lee's Alligator Pie being a prime example. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
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Crystal by Ellen Cranitch review a devastating insight into drug dependency

The collection 'Crystal' by Ellen Cranitch explores the pain of her husband's addiction to crystal meth with courage and clarity.
The poems in the collection reflect a formal, dignified style with occasional strained poeticism but evoke fascination, gratitude, and unease. [ more ]
Frenchly
1 week ago
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These are the Best Times of Year to Visit Paris - Frenchly

The summer months are crowded in Paris due to tourists and locals leaving, making it challenging to visit major attractions.
Traveling off-season, particularly in October, November, or January through March, is ideal to avoid crowds and enjoy Paris with fewer tourists. [ more ]
“I am prepared. I have had my will drawn and notarized. I’ve given away old books from my library that I will never read again.”

From “Hands” by Gil Cuadros, excerpted from My Body is Paper: Stories and Poems, forthcoming from @CityLightsBooks in June.
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The Paris Review
1 week ago
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Hands - The Paris Review

Preparation for death is a personal journey involving physical, emotional, and practical steps.
The protagonist's actions are causing conflict with a loved one due to perceived excessive giving away of personal possessions. [ more ]
The Paris Review
1 week ago
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Hands - The Paris Review

Preparation for death is a personal journey involving physical, emotional, and practical steps.
The protagonist's actions are causing conflict with a loved one due to perceived excessive giving away of personal possessions. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
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A note from my mum stirs my memory of her more than a photograph ever could | Paul Daley

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1 week ago
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Isabel Allende tells a story of impossible love in 'Lovers at the Museum'

Isabel Allende's new short story, Lovers at the Museum, is a ribald tale of impossible love set in Bilbao's Guggenheim museum.
The story is an allegory of dreams, justice, and free will, serving as a powerful reflection on the human condition and the mystery of love. [ more ]
The New Yorker
1 week ago
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Kevin Barry Reads "Finistere"

Kevin Barry is a renowned author of fiction with several published works.
Barry's new novel 'The Heart in Winter' is set to be released in July. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
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Shakespeare's Sisters by Ramie Targoff review four women who wrote the Renaissance

Feminist literary studies have expanded to uncover female writers from the Elizabethan and Jacobean era.
Ramie Targoff's book explores the lives of four prominent female writers from Shakespeare's time. [ more ]
The New Yorker
1 week ago
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Maggie Nelson on the Conversations She Wants to Be Having

Exemplifies blending art and theory with a unique writing style
Challenges conventional genre classifications in literature [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Writing

Cloud Atlas at 20: What makes a novel tattoo-worthy?

Cloud Atlas is a unique literary work that defies direct comparison to other novels.
The novel is often compared by critics to a diverse range of literary masterpieces, showcasing its complexity and depth. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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The crime writer crime writers read': Garry Disher, author of 60 books and finding fame in his 70s

Garry Disher is a well-respected crime novelist who gained recognition after three decades of hard work.
Despite being influential and respected within the crime-writing community, Disher was not widely recognized until recently. [ more ]
The Atlantic
2 weeks ago
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Feminism, Womanhood, and Celebrity

Sophie Gilbert explores how women are depicted in pop culture and challenges societal norms
Melissa Febos's book 'Girlhood' is recommended by Sophie as a revealing exploration of womanhood and girlhood in pop culture [ more ]
TODAY.com
2 weeks ago
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42 loss of mother quotes to help someone grieving

Losing a mother is an incredibly challenging journey.
Remembrance of a mother continues in various ways after her passing. [ more ]
Bustle
2 weeks ago
Writing

7 Books To Read This Month, From A Twisty Thriller To An Orpheus-Inspired Adventure

Nature can bring gratitude and optimism
Books celebrating nature's beauty and teachings [ more ]
The Paris Review
2 weeks ago
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Making of a Poem: Eliot Weinberger on "The Ceaseless Murmuring of Innumerable Bees" - The Paris Review

The poem "The Ceaseless Murmuring of Innumerable Bees" is considered more of an essay than a traditional poem by the poet.
The poem originated from a request by a photographer to write a text for a catalog of her photographs depicting dead bees. [ more ]
AnOther
2 weeks ago
Writing

Philippa Snow's Incisive New Book Looks at Celebrities as Works of Art

The book Trophy Lives explores the intersection of celebrities as subjects of fine art and as artists themselves.
Philippa Snow connects high-brow and low-brow concepts seamlessly in her analysis of contemporary image-making. [ more ]
The Nation
2 weeks ago
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The Mexican Conquest: A Story Told in the Conditional Tense

Enrigue's novel explores alternate histories of the Spanish conquest of Tenochtitlan.
The novel challenges traditional narratives by questioning the construction of history through shared stories. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
2 weeks ago
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Maryse Conde dies at 90; acclaimed writer was considered grande dame' of Caribbean literature

Maryse Conde redefined personal and historical past through her novels, stories, plays, and memoirs.
She explored conflicts between Western, African, and Caribbean cultures, as well as liberation and radicalization. [ more ]
Oregon ArtsWatch | Oregon Arts & Culture News
2 weeks ago
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LitWatch April: Gabrielle Zevin at Everybody Reads, National Poetry Month, and a talk with Salman Rushdie

Gabrielle Zevin is the featured speaker at Everybody Reads 2024 event for her novel Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow.
April is National Poetry Month with various poetry events, including readings by poets like Tayi Tibble and Sasha taqʷʇəblu LaPointe. [ more ]
The Wire Magazine - Adventures In Modern Music
2 weeks ago
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Symphony of sirens: an interview with Aura Satz, David Toop, Elaine Mitchener, Evelyn Glennie and Raven Chacon - The Wire

Aura Satz's experimental documentary focuses on sirens' history and modern use.
Collaborators with diverse experiences create musical contributions for the film. [ more ]
The Paris Review
2 weeks ago
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A Sense of Agency: A Conversation with Lauren Oyler - The Paris Review

Lauren Oyler's writing is characterized by intelligence and fearlessness.
Oyler's new book of essays, 'No Judgment,' reflects her pleasure and joy in writing and thinking in the essay form. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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An extraordinary role model': Maryse Conde remembered by Leila Slimani

Connections with authors can feel deeply personal.
Writers often leave a lasting impact on readers' lives. [ more ]
Vulture
2 weeks ago
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The Best Books of 2024 (So Far)

The novel delves deep into the minds of teenage girl boxers in a gritty gym setting, capturing their ambivalence towards the sport and their competitive energy.
Raboteau's work explores the ongoing climate crisis, highlighting the impact on communities and the need for practical solutions, blending personal experiences with environmental issues. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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'Carrie' turns 50! Here are the best Stephen King novels chosen by you

Stephen King's first novel Carrie turns 50 years old on April 5
Readers shared their favorite Stephen King stories, mentioning how his work transformed them as readers [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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This month's best paperbacks: Anne Enright, Sarah Bernstein and more

Enright delves into relational complexity in 'The Wren, The Wren' through multiple voices.
Violence in Enright's novels is never heroic, with the real action often between women. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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John Barth, American postmodernist novelist, dies aged 93

John Barth was a writer who challenged traditional standards of language and plot in the 1960s.
Barth's passion for literary theory and innovative novel approaches made him influential in postmodern literature. [ more ]
Kqed
2 weeks ago
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Ocean Vuong, Celebrated Poet and Novelist, Is Coming to Berkeley | KQED

Vuong's works focus on mothering and queerness while delving into the Asian refugee experience in America.
Vuong explores the complexities of queerness and masculinity, highlighting the tragedy of conforming to patriarchal structures. [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
2 weeks ago
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Maryse Conde, prolific 'grande dame' of Caribbean literature, dead at age 90

Maryse Conde redefined personal and historical past through novels, plays, and memoirs.
Conde's work explored conflicts between Western, African, and Caribbean cultures. [ more ]
The Atlantic
2 weeks ago
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This Whale Has Something to Say

The orca revolt at the Strait of Gibraltar went viral, hinting at coordinated attacks possibly led by a traumatized female orca named White Gladis.
The novel 'Say Hello to My Little Friend' by Jennine Capó Crucet features an orca named Lolita who plays a significant role in the narrative. [ more ]
The Nation
2 weeks ago
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Olga Ravn's Novel of Parenting and Its Discontents

Mothers may naturally feel ambivalence or even hate towards their babies due to the challenges of motherhood.
Olga Ravn's novel 'My Work' explores the theme of maternal alienation and challenges conventional narratives of motherhood. [ more ]
The Art Newspaper - International art news and events
2 weeks ago
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Former Tate Britain director Penelope Curtis on why she became a novelist

Penelope Curtis wrote her debut novel, 'After Nora,' focusing on three generations of women from the 1920s to the 2020s, inspired by her family history.
The novel explores the complexities of making art and the importance of understanding artistic identity. [ more ]
The Wire Magazine - Adventures In Modern Music
2 weeks ago
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Breath tradition: Clive Bell on shakuhachi and Shabaka - The Wire

The Japanese shakuhachi is a key focus on Shabaka Hutchings' upcoming album.
The shakuhachi has gained popularity outside Japan and is associated with strong national identity in Japan. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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Maryse Conde, Guadelopean 'grand storyteller' dies aged 90

Maryse Conde, a prolific author and academic, has passed away at 90.
Conde was known for her impactful storytelling on colonialism, black diaspora, and African history. [ more ]
The New Yorker
2 weeks ago
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Amitava Kumar and the Novel of the Translated Man

Historical time may undervalue lives, while novelistic time delves into the depth of each individual's story.
Authors like Naipaul and Kumar explore the complexities and quietness of seemingly ordinary lives in their novels. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
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The best translated fiction review roundup

Survival in the former USSR illustrated through experiences in Ukraine in the 1970s.
Innovative storytelling weaving science fiction with serious societal commentary and entertainment. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Writing

What we're reading: writers and readers on the books they enjoyed in March

Nicholls' novel You Are Here explores romance authentically without typical romcom tropes.
Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea challenges romantic notions by giving voice to Mr Rochester's original wife, Antoinette Cosway. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
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John Cooper Clarke: I read Kerouac at 12 and figured I could improve on it'

Reading influences span from comics to classic literature.
Personal growth from initial disdain to appreciation of literary works. [ more ]
The Paris Review
3 weeks ago
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See Everything: On Joseph Mitchell's Objects - The Paris Review

Joseph Mitchell, a renowned writer at The New Yorker, was captured in 1971 facing the Twin Towers, symbolizing his emotional transition and connection to the changing cityscape.
Mitchell's deep emotional response to commonplace images signaled a profound shift in his perception and appreciation of the city's vanishing landscapes. [ more ]
The Paris Review
3 weeks ago
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A Conversation with Louise Erdrich - The Paris Review

The Paris Review's Writers at Work interview series provides insight into writers' lives and legacies.
The new series Writers at Work, Revisited seeks to revisit and fill gaps in original interviews. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
3 weeks ago
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Mississauga's outgoing poet laureate reflects on his time in the role | CBC News

Ayomide Bayowa served as Mississauga's poet laureate from November 2021, focusing on amplifying community voices.
Bayowa emphasized the importance of the poet laureate position in speaking for all residents and supporting other poets. [ more ]
The Paris Review
3 weeks ago
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A Conversation with Louise Erdrich - The Paris Review

The Paris Review's Writers at Work interview series explores the journey and writing process of various authors.
The new series called Writers at Work, Revisited, aims to provide updated insights and perspectives on past interviewees. [ more ]
www.theparisreview.org
3 weeks ago
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The Art of Fiction No. 125

Wright Morris was a prolific American writer and photographer with a focus on Nebraska and the Great Plains.
Morris's work blends storytelling and photography, influenced by details of daily life and inspired by Ludwig Wittgenstein's philosophy. [ more ]
The Nation
3 weeks ago
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Walking the Land

Support independent journalism by donating to The Nation's Spring Fundraising Campaign.
The Nation provides in-depth coverage of important issues often overlooked by mainstream media. [ more ]
Brooklyn Magazine
3 weeks ago
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Maria Popova's vivid life in the margins - Brooklyn Magazine

Maria Popova's website, The Marginalian, explores various disciplines like literature, science, and philosophy.
The Marginalian serves as a personal project for Popova but has garnered a universal appeal with millions of readers worldwide. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
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Poem of the week: The saddest noise, the sweetest noise by Emily Dickinson

Spring's beauty intertwined with sadness and nostalgia.
Dickinson's unique use of language and paradoxical analogies. [ more ]
Nytimes
4 weeks ago
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Morgan Parker Says 'Poetry Is Under Everything' She Writes

The author shares their reading habits and preferences.
Organizing books thematically rather than alphabetically. [ more ]
english.elpais.com
3 weeks ago
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Kathryn Schulz, writer: The world is very large, that's why it's so incredible to find the ideal person'

Medium
3 weeks ago
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What We're Reading: Find your new favorite publication

Finding publications on Medium matching your interests enhances user experience.
Joining a community of passionate writers can lead to valuable insights and connections. [ more ]
Culturedmag
3 weeks ago
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Min Jin Lee, Porochista Khakpour, and Other Authors Share the Women Writers Who Inspire Their Work

Female writers have profound influences on contemporary authors.
Reading is essential for writers to cultivate their craft. [ more ]
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