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  • Book of the Day

    Big Food Big Love

    This cookbook, from a chef born in the South, but who operates a restaurant in Seattle, is a mouthwatering must for anyone who wants to master cooking, and devouring, Southern fare.

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  • From Brain Implants to Green Knights

    New YA Shows Busy Lives of Fictional Teenagers

    Who says teenagers are carefree, what with homework and dealing with the new memories of a different person that scientists just implanted in your brain. Pick up one of the YA picks from our Fall 2016 issue, and get lost in someone else's trouble.

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  • Why Do We Need a Women in Translation Month? We Asked a Woman Translator

    Sea Summit, written by Yi Lu, is a collection of poems translated into English from its original Chinese by Fiona Sze-Lorrain. She discusses her writing and the necessities of Women in Translation Month.

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  • She Writes Press: Raising Indie Standards

    There are more opportunities for indie writers, yet more freedom to publish, without the help of a traditional publisher, does not mean all authors begin from a level playing field. Brooke Warner knows that is the case especially for women writers.

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  • Why No Netflix for Books?

    Because Binge-Readers Think Differently

    Honestly, the reason that programs like Oyster and Scribd are failing isn't because the masses have suddenly turned their eye to their screens rather than the page. It's that books are a harder product to sell en masse than TV shows and movies.

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  • 5 Books to End Summer on a Literary Note

    If, in the midst of summer travels, you neglected to pack the freshest literary releases, we’ve got a tidy solution. Here, you’ll find a quick rundown of a few summer titles that are very worthy of your immediate attention.

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  • Artisanal Reading

    With Porcupine's Quill

    A Porcupine’s Quill volume is an experience, with paper that invites touch and images in vibrant colors. You’ll want to turn these books in your hands again and again. We talked to founder Tim Inkster about why that presentation is so important.

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  • Well Versed in Summer's Poetry

    Whether they’re ridiculing convention or finding meaning in addiction, straining purpose from long days or alleviating emotional tension, the poetry collections featured in our Summer Issue give careful readers much to consider.

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  • America's Last Wild Place: A Love Letter

    It’s been 100 years since the creation of the National Park Service, and one of the United States’ most iconic parks is Yellowstone. If Yellowstone National Park had a voice, it would be that of Michael J. Yochim.

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