• The Hub

    News, Notes, Talk

    Margaret Atwood’s first poetry collection in over a decade will be published this year.

    Jessie Gaynor

    January 27, 2020, 11:49am

    If you love Margaret Atwood but don’t feel like immersing yourself in a too-close-to-home dystopia at the moment, good news! Dearly, Atwood’s first poetry collection in more than a decade, will be published by Ecco November 10, 2020.

    What better way to celebrate or mourn an election than with a book of poetry about “absences and endings, ageing and retrospection, [and] gifts and renewals”?

    [via 570 News]


  • Become a Lit Hub Supporting Member: Because Books Matter

    For the past decade, Literary Hub has brought you the best of the book world for free—no paywall. But our future relies on you. In return for a donation, you’ll get an ad-free reading experience, exclusive editors’ picks, book giveaways, and our coveted Joan Didion Lit Hub tote bag. Most importantly, you’ll keep independent book coverage alive and thriving on the internet.

    %d bloggers like this: