by Mark Bourrie George McCullagh became a media mogul and a political force by knowing the farmers and the miners, the rail lines and the speculators…
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by Mark Bourrie George McCullagh was able to sell a lot of newspapers. Sometimes he talked the locals out of their money by discussing politics. Other…
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by Ann Kjellberg, editor Physical and digital assaults on journalists are on the rise. How can we expect people to continue to risk such harms to bring…
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Though the idea of the racetrack as being a very different place is written into every one of this book’s short chapters, this is also a work (call it…
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Making literature Indigenously: “The land is an archive, is a library, is a genealogy—a body of land is a body of literature” and “Words, orality, sound…
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Contemporary Russian novelist Vladimir Sorokin's work is unnerving, crude, and terrifying. Its nature is transsubstantial.
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by Ann Kjellberg, editor  Is mainstream publishing abandoning the non-big-spending reader? A cautionary tale from the world of romance
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by Ann Kjellberg, editor The big boys of publishing think they know what readers want, but the avid readers of romance have for generations been turning…
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Historian Serhii Plokhy wrote "Atoms and Ashes" because readers of his 2018 classic, "Chernobyl: The History of a Nuclear Catastrophe," wanted to know…
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A bouquet of a year in Book Post, and a special summer subscription offer!
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A bouquet of a year in Book Post, and a special summer subscription offer! A note to subscribers
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To drift, to take whatever comes, is a poetic and spiritual discipline that 92-year-old poet Gary Snyder has mastered. He hikes and chants, bakes bread…
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