Daily News from Poets & Writers

Toni Morrison’s BBC Interview, VIDA Funds Poet Fellowship, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.15.15

Alice Munro honored on Canada Post stamp, Hachette Australia ends controversial publicity campaign; “cooked versus raw” poetry debate continues; and other news.

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Charles Dickens’s Literary Journal, James Salter’s Last Interview, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.14.15

How Harper Lee’s new novel will affect her literary legacy; a ghostwriter’s experience; American author groups demand Amazon antitrust investigation; and other news.

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Third Harper Lee Novel May Exist, Revisiting Neglected Books, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.13.15

Early reviews of Watchman spark public debate; established authors share their bad writing; former babies delivered by William Carlos Williams to gather in New Jersey this month; and other news.

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First Chapter of New Harper Lee Novel Published Online, Peru’s Indie Book Fair, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.10.15

Poet Kwame Dawes interviewed at Los Angeles Review of Books; mainstream publishers champion gay-themed comics; author Graham Swift talks about his return to short stories; and other news.

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Award-Winning Poet James Tate Has Died, the Art of Anthology Editing, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.9.15

Rae Armantrout discusses her new poetry collection; Amazon’s review policy sparks backlash; the effort to save William Blake’s cottage continues; and other news.

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Translating Japanese Fiction, #BooksNotBullets Campaign, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.8.15

The Loft Literary Center gets new executive director; “The Red Wheelbarrow’s” unsung inspiration; the persistence of literary magazines; and other news.

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