Moriel Rothman-Zecher, author of ‘Sadness is a White Bird,’ on fiction that illuminates the complexities of war
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In his debut collection, Houston gets to tell its own stories
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Growing up, finally, with Mary McCarthy's 1954 novel "The Group"
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Michael J Seidlinger talks to Halle Butler about temping and constructing a false self to survive corporate culture
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Lucasta Miller on the complex cultural and gendered reasons why women writers like Letitia Elizabeth Landon disappear
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Rheea Mukherjee, author of “The Body Myth,” recommends contemporary fiction about conflicted love
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We need self-motivated lovers of fiction to help us find the best new voices
Jan 24 2019 - Electric Literature
When states suppress ideas, we condemn it. What should we do when companies do the same?