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Remembering Amiri Baraka, Disappointment and the Art of Rejection, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.10.14

Former New Jersey poet laureate Amiri Baraka died yesterday at age seventy-nine; sales of Barnes & Noble’s Nook fell 60.5 percent over the nine-week holiday season; Graywolf editor Jeff Shotts discusses the art of rejection; and other news.

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Barnes & Noble Selects New CEO, Rediscovered Letters of Mary Shelley, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.09.14

Barnes & Noble has named Michael P. Huseby as its new CEO; Jason Diamond rounds up thirty-five masterful examples of short stories, including Lynne Tillman’s Someday This Will Be Funny; Cormac McCarthy’s ex-wife was recently arrested in New Mexico; and other news.

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Writers Who Wrote Lying Down; Gary Shteyngart and Chang-Rae Lee, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.08.14

The Huffington Post examines seven famous writers who wrote while lying down; author and poet Jim Harrison explains the importance of patience; BuzzFeed reveals the literary world of New York City during the 1920s; and other news.

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Crowdsourcing Edits, George Saunders, the Role of Literature, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.07.14

Biographer Walter Isaacson asks the digital community for help in editing his next book; writer George Saunders discusses his techniques for crafting short stories; Wendy Lesser on the role of literature in contemporary society; and other news.

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Most Anticipated Books of 2014, Rebecca Mead Profiles Jennifer Weiner, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.06.14

The Millions previews the most anticipated books of 2014; Roxane Gay mines the troubling notion that female protagonists must be likable; Smashwords founder Mark Coker reported that the self-published e-book distributor added around 25,000 authors last year; and other news.

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Best Books on Writing, Readers Flock to the Frick Museum, Edwidge Danticat, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.03.14

Donna Tartt’s novel The Goldfinch has caused a spike in ticket sales at the Frick Museum; Paul Theroux reads “The Letter Writers” by British author Elizabeth Taylor; Dorothea Lasky discusses the power of poetry; and other news.

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