September 14 – 18, 2020
- Roxane Gay on the legacy of Audre Lorde.
- Why Goodreads is bad for books (and readers), and where to go instead.
- Read a profile of Rumaan Alam.
- An oral history of the first National Book Festival.
- Maggie Smith on finding beauty in a broken world.
- Is Walt Whitman, exemplary poet of a politically divided US?
- Three designers on revamping the covers for George Orwell’s classic novels.
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- Octavia Butler has finally made the New York Times Best Seller list.September 3, 2020 by Dan Sheehan
- What Awaits Muses Who Outlive Their Usefulness?September 3, 2020 by Annalena McAfee
- Inside the Intricate Translation Process for a Murakami NovelSeptember 2, 2020 by David Karashima
- Obsession and Desire in an Ancient Assyrian LibrarySeptember 2, 2020 by Jo Marchant
- The FBI, The Second Red Scare, and the Folk Singer Who CooperatedSeptember 18, 2020 by Aaron J. Leonard
- Nine of the Most Unforgettable Antagonists in FictionSeptember 18, 2020 by L.C. Shaw
- The Power of a Small Town Setting for Murder MysteriesSeptember 18, 2020 by Taylor Hale
- The Best Reviewed Books of the WeekSeptember 18, 2020
- 11 of the Most Anticipated Poetry Collections of Fall/WinterSeptember 16, 2020 by Sarah Neilson
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