Daily News from Poets & Writers

The Science of Literature, Novels by Poets, and More

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Daily News

Online Only, posted 8.7.15

Finding meaning in the nonsensical; a farewell to a speakeasy bookstore; George Braziller’s memoir-in-vignettes; and other news.

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Jon Stewart’s Book Bump, Immigrant Writing Prize Aims to Squash Stereotypes, and More

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Online Only, posted 8.6.15

Bill Clegg on being an agent and an author; Ursula K. LeGuin shares her current literary preferences; author-hosted podcasts for your morning commute; and other news.

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Experiment Reveals Publishing Gender Bias, Taking James Patterson’s Master Class, and More

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Online Only, posted 8.5.15

Fred Moten interviewed; Shirley Jackson on fan mail; Jonathan Franzen’s ideological critique; and other news.

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The Seventy-Five Minute Novel, Bloomsbury Group’s Mass Appeal, and More

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Online Only, posted 8.4.15

New software streamlines authors’ e-mail archives; Mad Men book props up for auction; debut authors in conversation; and other news.

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The Value of Difficult Fiction, Louisiana Literature, and More

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Daily News

Online Only, posted 8.3.15

An introverted writer’s lament; Alan Cheuse has died; Charlie Hebdo’s sudden extreme wealth; and other news.

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Lost F. Scott Fitzgerald Story Published, Emily Dickinson Documentary, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.31.15

A “gritty” TV adaptation of Little Women; a map of literary road trips; Michigan bookstore refunds purchases of Go Set a Watchman; and other news.

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