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With Obama's victory last night, the Los Angeles Times reports another winner was author Nate Silver, who correctly predicted the election outcome; literary agent Janet Reid posted a wishlist; Book Riot lists a handful of literary conversations they never want to have (again); and other news.

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Daily News

A new recording of Flannery O’Connor has surfaced; Edan Lepucki examines the defining characteristics of the literary fiction genre; the Guardian explains how to write the first draft of a novel in one month, and other news.

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News and Trends

May/June 2012

In this issue we offer a look at Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir Are You My Mother? published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt this month. 

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Feature

March/April 2012

In her memoir, Wild, published in March 2012, author Cheryl Strayed reveals all she lost following the death of her mother, and takes readers along on her three-month hike through the wilderness to find it again.  

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September/October 2011

In her second novel, Julie Otsuka returns to the chapter in Japanese American history that captured the attention of so many fans of her debut: the relocation camps of World War II.

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News and Trends

In October MTV’s college network, mtvU, surprised some of its more literary-minded viewers when it named Iranian poet Simin Behbahani as its next poet laureate. She is only the second poet, following John Ashbery, to hold the honorary post.

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News and Trends

November/December 2009

She Writes, a Web site established for women writers, has joined the ranks of literary social networking utilities. Launched in June it aims to provide a place "where women writers working in every genre, in every part of the world, and of all ages and backgrounds, can come together in a space of mutual support."

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Daily News

Two weeks after Great Britain appointed its first ever woman poet laureate, Oxford University has elected its first female professor of poetry.

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Postcard

An evening with the novelist Carolyn Chute is wonderfully unliterary. This is especially true when she is reading in her native Maine.

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News and Trends

January/February 2007

Small Press Points highlights the happenings of the small press players. This issue features No Tell Books and Perugia Press.

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