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The Surprising Magic of Bad Books, on The Rumpus

The Surprising Magic of Bad Books

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Seven Favorite Flower Poems

Our editors pick flower poems from Poetry magazine, American Poetry Review, and the Kenyon Review.

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"What a lark! What a plunge!": Celebrating Mrs. Dalloway

What a lark! What a plunge! Celebrating Mrs. Dalloway

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Geek Love: Our Modern Monster Story

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The One Thing Parents Really Need

Catherine Newman, Shirley Jackson, and why we have to write humor about motherhood.

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The Lasting Stain of Political Violence: Han Kang's The Vegetarian

For JSTOR Daily - The Lasting Stain of Political Violence: Han Kang's THE VEGETARIAN

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How Life in the Age of Conspicuous Consumption Can Drive You Nuts

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Harper Lee and #BlackLivesMatter

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For JSTOR Daily - The Many Lives of the Angry Housewife

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For JSTOR Daily - Eleanor Roosevelt’s Brilliant (Black, Feminist, Queer, Trailblazing) Friend

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Traduttore, Traditore: Is Translation Ever Really Possible? - For JSTOR Daily

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What Did Idaho Have to Do With the Cold War

The real life history behind the 1961 nuclear accident fictionalized in Andria Williams' The Longest Night.

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Samuel Smiles' 1859 book, Self Help, offered a groundbreaking approach to self improvement.

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A short story called 2025 for the website People Holding.

“2025,” by Amy Shearn

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#lovenotes from Brooklyn via mother, storyteller and author of “Mermaid in Brooklyn”, Amy Shearn.

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It's Women Writers, Not Novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard, Who've "Struggled"

Meet Dorothy Miller Richardson, a true literary revolutionary, critically praised a century ago for what Knausgaard is lauded for: portraying life's minutia. Never heard of her? Quelle surprise.

It's Women Writers, Not Novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard, Who've "Struggled"

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Real Simple Holiday Tips from Maxwell — As Seen In

I have a little essay called "Work For It" in the December issue of Real Simple - check it out on newsstands!

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Parenting Styles: Is Strict or Lenient Better?

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Parenting Styles: Is Strict or Lenient Better?

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What A Long-Lost Family Story Taught Me About Parenting, Writing And Everything In Between

What a Long-Lost Family Story Taught Me About Parenting, Writing And More. My literary fist-bump to mama-writers everywhere...

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Neighborhood Gardens: A Housing Project Born of Unbridled Optimism

I’m not sure why it’s so fascinating – or surprising -- to learn that there is some genetic precedent for one’s more questionable habits, but as I find myself in a busy time of life scrapping for bits of time in which to write, and then of course wondering why I do this writing thing…

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The Many Gifts of the City Garden | Elizabeth Street

The Many Gifts of the City Garden | Elizabeth Street

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5 Things I Really Want for Mother's Day | Elizabeth Street

5 Things I Really Want for Mother's Day | Elizabeth Street

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Don't Blame Women for The Lack of Danger in Children's Literature | Elizabeth Street

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Even when we push ourselves to the limit, even when we sway for a moment on whatever precipice we find ourselves on—how our brains move us through our lives, whispering ‘Live! Live! Live!' — Amy Shearn

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Beloved Chapter Books For Little Big Readers | Elizabeth Street

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