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Kamila Shamsie, award-winning British Pakistani author, was due to receive this year’s Nelly Sachs Prize—a biennial, €15,000 award ..read more
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Longmont, Colorado is a news desert. It’s one of many in the US at a time when readers increasingly rely on national legacy publications ..read more
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Day four of the National Book Foundations’ longlist announcements; today we’re looking at the ten titles judges Erica Armstrong Dunbar ..read more
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TODAY: In 1819, Keats writes his ode, “To Autumn.” “Let’s make new mistakes.” Naomi Klein’s advice for the next generation ..read more
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In the last years of WWII, E.B. White wrote a series of anonymous editorials for The New Yorker. Throughout these editorials, White ..read more
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Usually, a commencement address tries to equip graduates with a moral compass for their post-university life. You hear stories that end ..read more
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It’s finally starting to feel like fall (at least this moment, at least in New York), and even if the weather wasn’t cooling, one ..read more
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In early 1965, Susan Sontag began a relationship with Jasper Johns. Like many of the men she had affairs with, Johns was mostly gay; and ..read more
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This week on The Maris Review, partner-in-crime Josh Gondelman joins Maris Kreizman to discuss his book, Nice Try, now available from ..read more
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Humans are good mind-readers. So good, in fact, that we even manage to read thoughts where there are no thoughts to be read. In a well- ..read more

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