In which I share the opening pages of my memoir, explain why the discussions of this newsletter have informed my approach as I edit the work, and what…
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Hi, Y’all! Glad you’re here— Because I’m a person with limited resources, it’s been a bit difficult to find out any juicy details regarding the…
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In which we consider the work by the women longlisted on the 1953 longlist...
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In which I discuss just how little I know about my own taste in books "about war."
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In which we take a look at why three authors from the 1953 longlist won Pulitzers, but never the National Book Award...
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In which I break down how Legally Blonde offers structural ideas for essays and compare myself to the blonde icon.
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In which I read books that people (?) have decided are no longer relevant.
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In which I consider the limitations of my own reading life...
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In which I discuss the books I would have chosen for the National Book Award for Fiction.
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Hi Y’all! Glad you’re here— The 2015 National Book Award short-list is the one I most often cite as my favorite. If you’re not the type to keep up with…
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An introduction to this reading project
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In which we consider the three short story collections--all by southern women--that made the National Book Award longlist in 1956.
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