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An Orlando-based bookstore goes local; Margaret Atwood and Dave Eggers in comics; Urban Dictionary’s take on Virginia Woolf; and other news.

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Novelist Eleanor Catton on writing strategies; why science fiction should be taken seriously; from blog to book; and other news.

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British justice secretary sticks to his guns; Karen Russell’s sleep-deprived nation; customers unimpressed by Amazon settlement; and other news.

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Christina Baker Kline novels move from mid-list to bestseller; a day in the life of Meg Wolitzer; two authors consider the strength of the adage “write what you know”; and other news.

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David Foster Wallace on paper; Afghan women poets in photos and couplets; the dangers of computerized essay evaluation; and other news.

The Sentimentalist: In Defense of Feeling

by Nate Pritts

The Literary Life

March/April 2014

<p>Emphasizing the distinction between sentiment and sentimentality, a poet makes his case for writing with genuine emotion.</p>

Going Back Home: Unlocking the Secrets of Postresidency Stress Syndrome

by Ada Calhoun

Special Section

March/April 2014

<p>A nonfiction writer and journalist offers advice for those struggling to return to daily life after attending a writers residency.</p>

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The New Yorker published an excerpt of Rebecca Mead’s My Life in Middlemarch; the Telegraph lists several products that use poets to move merchandise, including potato chips; USA Today details why generations of readers still love Austen’s Pride and Prejudice; and other news.

Why We Write: Life Seems Inconceivably Rich

by Richard Smolev

The Literary Life

January/February 2014

<p>Diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease more than two years ago, an author considers the many inspirations that have kept him writing in the face of tremendous challenge.</p>

No Ideas but in Things: The Importance of First Objects

by Elizabeth Kostova

Special Section

January/February 2014

<p>Channeling some of our earliest memories, and specifically the physical objects that often exist at the center of such recollections, can prove to be a productive writing exercise—and might just open the floodgates to inspiration.&nbsp;</p>
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