Magazine Articles Tagged With travel writing

Neil Gaiman Visits Syrian Refugee Camps, Chipotle Overlooks Latino Authors, and More

by Staff

Daily News

Online Only, posted 5.22.14

Natasha Trethewey's term as poet laureate comes to an end; OverDrive partners with Smashwords; Goodreads connects readers with authors; and other news.

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NYPL Scraps Plans for Controversial Renovation, New Social Network Supports Indie Bookstores, and More

by Staff

Daily News

Online Only, posted 5.8.14

Andrew Wylie versus Amazon; an online reading in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month; North Korea’s bookstores; and other news.

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HarperCollins to Acquire Harlequin, BookBub Raises $3.8 Million, and More

by Staff

Daily News

Online Only, posted 5.2.14

Will Self on the death of the novel; Diane Keaton’s favorite books; a digital campaign for diversity in literature; and other news.

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Madonna to Direct Rebecca Walker Adaptation, Alice Munro Honored With New Canadian Coin, and More

by Staff

Daily News

Online Only, posted 3.26.14

Kiese Laymon on the politics of black male action; Patrick Leigh Fermor book and Tennessee Williams short story each published after an eighty-year wait; Scribd’s new travel book section; and other news.

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti to Publish Travel Journals, Anne Frank Book Vandal Arrested, and More

by Staff

Daily News

Online Only, posted 3.17.14

Historians discuss the mystery of 12 Years a Slave author Solomon Northup; a new book looks at the shipping industry; an artist creates a new exhibit out of used books; and other news.

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Keith Richards’s Children’s Book, Twitter Fiction Festival, and More

by Staff

Daily News

Online Only, posted 3.12.14

Author advocates autonomy for sex workers; Wes Anderson discusses Stefan Zweig; the Irish Grey Gardens; and other news.

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Residencies Gone Wild: Finding Inspiration at the Ends of the Earth

by Kevin Nance

Special Section

Posted 3.1.14

Kevin Nance

From the ice caves of Antarctica to Alaska’s Terror Wilderness, some writers choose to live and work in the most remote—and sometimes even dangerous—destinations. 

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The Exiles: Report From Literary Syria

by Stephen Morison Jr.

The Literary Life

Posted 2.12.14

March/April 2014

In a continuing series examining the state of literature abroad, poets Amjad Etry and Hala Mohammad and filmmaker Muhammad Bayazid discuss the challenges that writers and artists face amidst ongoing political turmoil in Syria.

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The Poetry Pilgrim Presses On

by Carrie Neill

News and Trends

Posted 7.1.13

July/August 2013

Poet Crystal Hoffman sets out on a pilgrimage across the country to write a collection of poetry and essays based on the narratives of people she meets along the way. And she’s doing it all on foot. 

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The Revolution: Report From Literary Egypt

by Stephen Morison Jr.

The Literary Life

Posted 3.1.13

March/April 2013

Contributing editor Stephen Morison Jr. reports on the literary community in Cairo, Egypt, interviewing authors, publishers, and booksellers about the ongoing protests, freedom of speech, and the future of Egypt.

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