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The New Yorker announces the contenders in the 2019 National Book Awards category of Poetry ..read more
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The New Yorker announces the ten contenders in the National Book Awards category of Translated Literature ..read more
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Jeremy Lybarger writes about the diaries of the trans activist Lou Sullivan, which document a personal awakening and a cultural ..read more
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The New Yorker announces the ten contenders in the National Book Awards category of Young People’s Literature ..read more
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Katy Waldman reviews “Ducks, Newburyport,” the new novel by Lucy Ellmann, which takes the form of a single, nearly thousand-page ..read more
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Ceridwen Dovey on three groups who write novels collectively: the Alices, who write romance novels under the name Alice Campion; the ..read more
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Maya Phillips writes on the work of Joy Harpo, the recently named U.S. Poet Laureate, and her latest collection, “An American Sunrise ..read more
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Edwidge Danticat writes about the mentorship she received from the writers Toni Morrison and Paule Marshall ..read more
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Katy Waldman reviews Candace Bushnell’s “Is There Still Sex in the City?,” which serves as a follow-up to the author’s “Sex and ..read more
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Adam Shatz writes about the American writer William Gardner Smith, whose novel “The Stone Face,” set in Paris, explores an African- ..read more

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