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2014/08/26 20:13
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There is joy in Andersonville: Women & Children First Bookstore, the venerable and beloved independent shop at 5233 N. Clark St. has new owners who are very much like the old owners. The change was...
2014/08/26 20:13
2014/08/26 20:13
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2014/08/25 08:09
2014/08/25 08:09
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The tone varies, from the melancholy testimony of an outcast daughter whose parents fake her death, to a jolly anecdote about a cancer victim who stole her friends’ lovers and has now returned to life...
2014/08/25 02:20
2014/08/25 02:20
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This week a Toronto city councilor is urging her colleagues to vote on asking the feds to change the lyrics of “O Canada.” Ceta Ramkhalawansingh wants the phrase “all thy sons command” to be changed...
2014/08/24 10:51
2014/08/24 10:51
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Stone Mattress review: A tale bursting with dark humour and withering commentary SHORT STORIES are enjoying a resurgence, with new collections this year from literary heavyweights including Graham...
2014/08/24 05:24
2014/08/24 05:24
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Ken Burns' feelings at the end of his week seven lectures of the Chautauqua Institution season are probably being shared by hundreds to thousands of the institution's summer residents today as another...
2014/08/22 19:39
2014/08/22 19:39
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Toronto city councillors are set to discuss a motion next week asking the federal government to make the national anthem gender-inclusive, but they should not expect a ringing endorsement from Mayor...
2014/08/22 11:49
2014/08/22 11:49
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Standing with Homer in the trenches of the Western Front Opinion: We are in an immensely rich period of creative re-workings of the Iliad ‘Stand in the trench, Achilles/ Flame-capped and shout for...
2014/08/22 06:10
2014/08/22 06:10
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The star of Educating Yorkshire was undoubtedly Musharaf, so we can perhaps forgive the One Year On producers for indulging in a replay of footage showing the moment he turned a vital corner in his...
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2014/08/22 05:24
2014/08/22 05:24
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SAN ANTONIO — In an industry that's undergoing some pretty profound changes, one constant remains in publishing: Fall. It's the season of big books. In chronological order, here's a glance at some of...
2014/08/18 11:49
2014/08/18 11:49
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Write on, sister: 20 great books by women The Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction last week announced a list of the top 20 most influential books written by women. We continue our series on female...
2014/08/17 14:42
2014/08/17 14:42
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... have to upload your next chapter, Hazal, I want to know what happens next,” a close friend gushed to me one morning during registration. No, I do not have a publishing deal and no, I have no real...
2014/08/15 17:16
2014/08/15 17:16
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A desperate Rachael Craw prayed for an idea for a book. That night she dreamed the prologue of her debut novel for young adults, writes David Larsen "It's inexplicable." Rachael Craw is not...
2014/08/15 13:36
2014/08/15 13:36
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Pallo Jordan has held the attention of the chattering classes and various other sectors of society, says the writer. Picture: Neil Baynes Thinking of Pallo Jordan, Michael Weeder says kindness and...
2014/08/15 13:16
2014/08/15 13:16
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This fall ASU's Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, the Center for Science and the Imagination, and the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing are teaming up to launch...
2014/08/14 13:36
2014/08/14 13:36
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The word "dystopian" has always intrigued me. The easy definition is that it means "anti-utopian," but it sets up too facile a dichotomy because life never reaches the utopian ideal except in dreams,...
2014/08/14 04:45
2014/08/14 04:45
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In the past, to be published, writers often needed to be picked up by a publishing house, discovered by a scout or agent, or go through the arduous process of self-publishing. WATTPAD. The platform's...
2014/08/13 13:46
2014/08/13 13:46
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If you’re planning a trip to Boston and want to read up on it first, we’ve got it covered. Last week, we offered you a blog with a selection of great Boston reads, from Henry James to Margaret Atwood....
2014/08/10 04:33
2014/08/10 04:33
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Salisbury Post No one tells a story like Alice Munro PrintAlice Munro, who won the 2013 Nobel Prize for Literature, will be the focus of discussion on Tuesday, 7 p.m., at the Norvell Theater. Her...
2014/08/09 06:42
2014/08/09 06:42
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Throughout his career, Amis has had a fascination with the Holocaust and the problem of how to engage imaginatively with a historical horror beyond imagination. He set his 1991 novel, Time's Arrow, in...
2014/08/08 16:12
2014/08/08 16:12
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On 8 April 1979, a 26-year-old man from West Virginia shot himself. Had he chosen to live a few months more, he would eventually have seen his first book (posthumously published in 1983 and just...
2014/08/26 20:13
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