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The Snowy Day Shows the Way: An Exclusive Guest Post from Andrea Davis Pinkney, author of A Poem for Peter

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The Snowy Day Shows the Way: An Exclusive Guest Post from Andrea Davis Pinkney, author of A Poem for Peter

There are few stories as recognizable and influential as Ezra Jack Keats’ The Snowy Day. Peter’s adventure into the snow-swept city captures the...
How Victorian Spiritualism and Mystery Fiction Are Intertwined: An Exclusive Guest Post from Paraic O’Donnell, Author of The House on Vesper Sands

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How Victorian Spiritualism and Mystery Fiction Are Intertwined: An Exclusive Guest Post from Paraic O’Donnell, Author of The House on Vesper Sands

This story is so rich with description of the setting, it feels like you’re living in Victorian England. And with such a brilliant cast of...
A Mutually Curious Moment of Connection: An Exclusive Guest Post from George Saunders, Author of A Swim in a Pond in the Rain

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A Mutually Curious Moment of Connection: An Exclusive Guest Post from George Saunders, Author of A Swim in a Pond in the Rain

George Saunders is the master class instructor of our dreams. He is witty, charming and informative, willing to pepper in just the right amount of...
Ten-Point-Five Tips for Success: An Exclusive Guest Post from Mateo Askaripour, Author of Black Buck

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Ten-Point-Five Tips for Success: An Exclusive Guest Post from Mateo Askaripour, Author of Black Buck

A razor-sharp and highly intelligent debut, Black Buck brings the idea of the “American Dream” into a new century. This darkly comic novel about...
Celebrating Our Sisters: An Exclusive Guest Post from Maritza Moulite & Maika Moulite, Authors of One of the Good Ones

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Celebrating Our Sisters: An Exclusive Guest Post from Maritza Moulite & Maika Moulite, Authors of One of the Good Ones

An unforgettable story of sisterhood and a staggering exploration of intergenerational racial trauma, One of the Good Ones takes its readers on a road...
Five Tips for Coping with Unexpected Change: An Exclusive Guest Post from Alessandra Olanow, Author of I Used to Have a Plan

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Five Tips for Coping with Unexpected Change: An Exclusive Guest Post from Alessandra Olanow, Author of I Used to Have a Plan

Spot-on in tone with a message we can all relate to right now, I Used to Have a Plan is a balm for the soul. Take a journey with Alessandra Olanow as...
Celebrate the Wins: An Exclusive Guest Post from Tara Schuster, Author of Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies

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Celebrate the Wins: An Exclusive Guest Post from Tara Schuster, Author of Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies

If 2020 taught us one thing it’s to appreciate the little things — but how do you stop overthinking and overanalyzing all those precious little...
The Right Words Are Just Waiting to Be Found: An Exclusive Guest Post from Eley Williams, Author of The Liar’s Dictionary — Our January Discover Pick

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The Right Words Are Just Waiting to Be Found: An Exclusive Guest Post from Eley Williams, Author of The Liar’s Dictionary — Our January Discover Pick

Mountweazel n. the phenomenon of false entries within dictionaries and works of reference. Often used as a safeguard against copyright infringement. The...
Call Me Uncle Book: Gift Giving Recommendations from Jess Walter, Author of The Cold Millions

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Call Me Uncle Book: Gift Giving Recommendations from Jess Walter, Author of The Cold Millions

Jess Walter is hands-down one of America’s finest storytellers today. The bestselling author of Beautiful Ruins delivered another “literary...
What You Do Matters: An Exclusive Guest Post from Kobi Yamada, Author of Trying

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What You Do Matters: An Exclusive Guest Post from Kobi Yamada, Author of Trying

Picture books are not just for kids. While the enchanting illustrations capture the attention of our youngest readers, the universal messages around...
A Vision of Possibility: Five Questions for Kimberly Drew & Jenna Wortham, Co-Editors of Black Futures

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A Vision of Possibility: Five Questions for Kimberly Drew & Jenna Wortham, Co-Editors of Black Futures

Jump into this explosion of a book, bounce around, let it take you where it may. Black Futures is visual, literary, experimental, speculative, futuristic;...
BOOKS ARE FOREVER: Gift-Giving Book Recommendations from Desus & Mero

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BOOKS ARE FOREVER: Gift-Giving Book Recommendations from Desus & Mero

Comedians Desus Nice and The Kid Mero’s late-night talk show on Showtime was a hit from the start, as was their podcast, The Bodega Boys, which...

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