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Retweeting the Classics: Booking Accounts—and the People Behind Them

Bookish joke-accounts—and the serious people behind them.

Back in 2014, two friends in Georgia set up a phone number and created Call Me Ishmael, a project that allowed people to call and leave a message describing a book they love and how it impacted them. The Call…

Back in two friends in Georgia set up a phone number and created Call Me Ishmael, a project that allowed people to call and leave a message describing a book they love and how it impacted them. The Call…

The Millions : Writing for Readers and Other Taboos - The Millions

The Millions : Writing for Readers and Other Taboos - The Millions

Kamila Shamsie and Preti Taneja on reimagining classics - books podcast | Books | The Guardian

Kamila Shamsie and Preti Taneja on reimagining classics - books podcast

Kamila Shamsie and Preti Taneja on reimagining classics - books podcast | Books | The Guardian

Fabulous People: Cathy Droz

Cathy Droz, born and raised in New York, is a passionate boomer who believes we all have something inside of us we can share with the world.

Door To The Back Room - TK

CHICAGO — In the second act of Arthur Miller’s 1949 Death of a Salesman, a distressed Willy Loman laments, “Nothing’s planted.

The Millions : Every Story Is a Ghost Story: The Millions Interviews Samantha Hunt

The Millions : Every Story Is a Ghost Story: The Millions Interviews Samantha Hunt

In the fourth of our series on literary definitions, novelist Anita Mason argues that while genre novels tell specific kinds of story, literary novels open onto the universal

Genre fiction radiates from a literary centre

In the fourth of our series on literary definitions, novelist Anita Mason argues that while genre novels tell specific kinds of story, literary novels open onto the universal

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