Tertulia is a new book-discovery app that aspires to lead readers to books through the "lively and enriching conversations they inspire”—such as, book…
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Stephen Bullivant’s new book is sweeping, ambitious, and broad study of the growing number of religious “nones” who have de-converted from Christianity…
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Greetings Book Post subscribers! When December starts we will announce our new bookstore partner, but since one hears that today is a big shopping day…
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by Ann Kjellberg, editor Concentrations of wealth, in technology, increasingly become concentrations of power over how we make ourselves heard, and what…
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by Ann Kjellberg         The Twitter implosion and the writing life.
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"Novel Explosives" is a big burning turning ferris wheel of a book with many colorful capsules of expertise and pods of excess. It is violent and…
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I suppose I imagined scenes of myself alone so often because I was imagining my own relationship to something, to escape, to self-determination. It…
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Emigrée Cairo poet Iman Mersal’s work explores uncomfortable questions of fatherland, family, fidelity, identity, and being a daughter, wife, mother…
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by Ann Kjellberg, editor A federal judge has blocked a merger deal that would have created the largest book publisher in history. What does it mean for…
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Eakin‘s book on the campaign of enthusiasts and gallerists to bring Picasso to the US illustrates how much the histories we receive of artistic…
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I grew up in a house made of books. My mother was a poet and teacher; my father wrote history and foreign policy. There were passionate arguments…
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“When I tried to read Donald Barthelme, anticipating his arrival as a teacher in the fledgling writing program at the University of Houston in 1981…
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