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Surviving 2017 with Borges: On the Art of Wonder and Wonder of Art
Considering Good, Evil, Nazis, and All the What-Ifs That Make a Life
January 10, 2018 By
On the Literary Wheelings and Dealings of Ulysses S. Grant and Mark Twain
The World of Publishing, Unchanged for 150 Years
October 17, 2017 By
Mark Twain, Cocaine Kingpin?
"I never was great in matters of detail"
October 16, 2017 By
Alan Pell Crawford
14 Classic Works of Literature Hated By Famous Authors
"I got a little bored after a time. I mean, the road seemed to be awfully long."
October 16, 2017 By
Did Mark Twain Anticipate the Nazis?
Rebecca West Seems to Think He Did
September 22, 2017 By
15 Famous Writers on the Perils of a Formal Education
And Why Libraries > Classrooms
August 29, 2017 By
The Most Anthologized Essays of the Last 25 Years
In Which Joan Didion Appears More than Once
July 31, 2017 By
The Time Murakami Met Carver (and Other Literary Meet-Cutes)
Famous Writers in the Wild, Talking to Each Other
July 25, 2017 By
So You’ve Decided to Write: When to Drown Your Darlings
Part Two in Terry McDonell's Summer Series on How to Be a Writer
July 12, 2017 By
Seeing Your Hometown Through
the Fresh Eyes of Fiction
An Interview with Melissa Scholes Young
June 30, 2017 By
Coming to TV?
And Other Literary Film and TV News From This Week
June 23, 2017 By
Forrest Trump: On the Donald’s Many Cameos in American Literature
Susan Rieger Finds Him Everywhere, From Twain to Wharton to Lewis...
June 20, 2017 By
Five Pieces of Writing Advice from Philip Schultz
Beware the Shitbird
May 3, 2017 By
Teddy Roosevelt vs. Mark Twain: A Brief History of American Intervensionism
Christopher Lydon in Conversation with Stephen Kinzer
February 20, 2017 By
The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire
January 30, 2017 By
A Brief Survey of the Great
Do We Need The G.A.N.? Why Do We Keep Looking?
January 9, 2017 By
Tyehimba Jess on Excavating Popular Music Through Poetry
Exploring the Sustenance of Song and Historical Clapbacks
May 5, 2016 By
Twain and Stanley Enter Paradise
March 22, 2016 By
What Makes Something Funny?
Stuart Evers on Why Jokes Make the Best Weapons
February 12, 2016 By
The Grumpy Librarian: What You Should Read Next
In This Edition, Dudely Books and Harry Potter Cosplay
February 11, 2016 By
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