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The Heart-Work: Writing About Trauma as a Subversive Act

by Melissa Febos

Special Section

January/February 2017

<p>Writing about trauma is sometimes called narcissistic or “navel-gazing”—particularly for women writers. An essayist and memoirist confronts this stigma, and calls on writers to explore their personal traumas and truths—a practice that can lead to stronger writing.</p>


Daily News

The importance of public libraries; director Pablo Larrain on his Pablo Neruda biopic; poet Lynn Melnick on activism and writing; and other news.


Daily News

Books to help understand Trump’s win; illustrations of bookstores around the world; contemporary Thai literature in translation; and other news. 


Daily News

On posthumous poetry collections; two new books address attention in the digital world; Swedish Academy unable to reach Bob Dylan; and other news.



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