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Posts tagged "Margaret Atwood"
11 Classics of the New Gothic Canon
Emily Fridlund on Stories That Dwell in the Shadows
January 6, 2017 By
Can Science Fiction Save the Earth?
Dan Bloom Hopes "Cli-Fi" Will Sway Non-Believers
January 4, 2017 By
15 Books to Read If You Find Yourself Alone for the Holidays
Novels for reveling, wallowing, and pure escape
December 23, 2016 By
The 60 Best Book Covers of 2016, As Chosen By Designers
As chosen by the best book cover designers in the business
December 21, 2016 By
Margaret Atwood’s 1987 Review of
New York Times
Review of Toni Morrison's Pulitzer Prize-winning Novel
December 14, 2016 By
10 Dystopian Novels to Inspire You to Fight for Your Reproductive Freedoms
Because Women's Rights Are Human Rights
December 1, 2016 By
Would You Like Book Recs from Margaret Atwood on Your Phone?
Sometimes the internet is a very good thing
November 30, 2016 By
25 Works of Poetry and Fiction for
Anger and Action
A Reading List for Resistance
November 14, 2016 By
You Should Be Reading These
Ideal for That Case of Thinkpiece Fatigue You Just Can't Shake
November 9, 2016 By
October 26, 2016 By
Lit Hub Excerpts
Margaret Atwood on Magic, Technology, and Changing the World
Paul Holdengraber in Conversation with the Great Margaret Atwood
October 20, 2016 By
10 Books That Don’t Exist, But Should
Unfinished, Lost, Withdrawn, and Otherwise Tempting Us...
October 11, 2016 By
October 10, 2016 By
Readings from the Future at the London Literature Festival
From HG Wells to Margaret Atwood, and Beyond...
October 7, 2016 By
How Long Until a Robot Wins a Pulitzer?
Abi Inman Considers the Writing That May Outlive Us
September 27, 2016 By
Interview With a Gatekeeper: Nan Talese
From Random House's First Female Literary Editor to Her Own Imprint
September 7, 2016 By
Why Do Writers Love Birding So Much?
An Investigation, Featuring All of Your Favorite Bird Lovers
August 18, 2016 By
Margaret Atwood on Donald Trump, Witches, and Flying Cats
In Conversation with a Canada's Great Literary Birder
July 21, 2016 By
Did I Write a Gay Book? An Indian Book? A Diverse Book?
Rumaan Alam on Figuring Out Where to Sit at the Table
July 14, 2016 By
The Grumpy Librarian: Are You a Time Traveler?
In Which Walker Percy, Sheila Heti, and Ian McEwan Share Something...
July 7, 2016 By
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