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Black Landscapes: The Millions Interviews M Shelly Conner
"I wanted to portray the South as I know it—as its grandchild." The post Black Landscapes: The Millions Interviews M Shelly Conner appeared first on The Millions.
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A Debut Novelist Imagines Life After Her Own Death
I was 17 years old when I died. The post A Debut Novelist Imagines Life After Her Own Death appeared first on The Millions.
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The William Trevor Reader: “Afternoon Dancing”
The inclination and, indeed, the ability to slow down and shade in a character’s entire life is a bit of a lost art. The post The William Trevor Reader: “Afternoon Dancing” appeared first on The Millions.
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Tuesday New Release Day: Starring Hamid, Gavino, Marra, and More
Here’s a quick look at some notable books—new titles from Mohsin Hamid, our own Kate Gavino, Anthony Marra, and more—that are publishing this week. Want to learn more about upcoming titles? Then go read our most recent book preview. Want to help The
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An Illustration, an Illusion: The Millions Interviews Carla Zaccagnini
"Nothing good can be said about the logic of capitalism." The post An Illustration, an Illusion: The Millions Interviews Carla Zaccagnini appeared first on The Millions.
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August Preview: The Millions Most Anticipated (This Month)
The 17 books that we're most looking forward to this month. The post August Preview: The Millions Most Anticipated (This Month) appeared first on The Millions.
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Find That First Sentence: The Millions Interviews Christopher Amenta
"I like to chase the characters across the page." The post Find That First Sentence: The Millions Interviews Christopher Amenta appeared first on The Millions.
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Perfectly Realized: On Tove Jansson’s ‘The Summer Book’ at 50
Much is left unsaid—and this leaving out is the mainspring of the book’s power. The post Perfectly Realized: On Tove Jansson’s ‘The Summer Book’ at 50 appeared first on The Millions.
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A World of Fear: On Geraldine Brooks’s ‘Horse’
'Horse' is a poignant check-in, a lookout point, for how far we’ve come, and how far we still yet must ride. The post A World of Fear: On Geraldine Brooks’s ‘Horse’ appeared first on The Millions.
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Tuesday New Release Day: Starring Castillo, Hokeah, Murphy, and More
Here’s a quick look at some notable books—new titles from Elaine Castillo, Oscar Hokeah, Dwyer Murphy, and more—that are publishing this week. Want to learn more about upcoming titles? Then go read our most recent book preview. Want to help The Milli
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From Cover to Cover: On the Pigeonholes of Publishing
Before the cover creation process had even begun for 'The Evening Hero,' I requested a Korean book designer. The post From Cover to Cover: On the Pigeonholes of Publishing appeared first on The Millions.
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Sensory Overload: The Millions Interviews Liska Jacobs
"When you’re in the thick of writing a novel, nothing else matters." The post Sensory Overload: The Millions Interviews Liska Jacobs appeared first on The Millions.
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The Element of Silence: The Millions Interviews N. Scott Momaday
"Too many people just write down things in haste that look like poetry, but they’re not." The post The Element of Silence: The Millions Interviews N. Scott Momaday appeared first on The Millions.
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Tuesday New Release Day: Starring Fitzgerald, Jacobs, Stevens, and More
Here’s a quick look at some notable books—new titles from Isaac Fitzgerald, Liska Jacobs, Nell Stevens, and more—that are publishing this week. Want to learn more about upcoming titles? Then go read our most recent book preview. Want to help The Mill
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Time Is Not the Longest Distance: Rereading ‘The Glass Menagerie’ as a Nonfiction Writer
Tom’s assessment—that time is the longest distance—has often rung true for me in life, but not in literature. The post Time Is Not the Longest Distance: Rereading ‘The Glass Menagerie’ as a Nonfiction Writer appeared first on The Millions.
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Surrounded by Choice: The Millions Interviews Sopan Deb
"Writing my memoir essentially gave me the confidence that I could write fiction." The post Surrounded by Choice: The Millions Interviews Sopan Deb appeared first on The Millions.
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Most Anticipated: The Great Second-Half 2022 Book Preview
In what has proved to be an endlessly trying year, we hope this list—which contains more than 175 books—will provide opportunities for you to be delighted, excited, and surprised. The post Most Anticipated: The Great Second-Half 2022 Book Preview app
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The Millions Top Ten: June 2022
Vanessa Hua's 'Forbidden City,' Elif Batuman's 'Either/Or,' 'Refuse to Be Done,' and more. The post The Millions Top Ten: June 2022 appeared first on The Millions.
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Enlightenment, then Laundry
Housework can be a practice, a ritual, a sacrament—the very art of life. The post Enlightenment, then Laundry appeared first on The Millions.
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Safe Words: The Millions Interviews Teddy Wayne
"There’s been no deficit of disaffected or disenchanted middle-age white male protagonists in American literature." The post Safe Words: The Millions Interviews Teddy Wayne appeared first on The Millions.
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Tuesday New Release Day: Starring Wayne, Okparanta, Chang, and More
Here’s a quick look at some notable books—new titles from Teddy Wayne, Chinelo Okparanta, K-Ming Chang, and more—that are publishing this week. Want to learn more about upcoming titles? Then go read our most recent book preview. Want to help The Mill
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Lydia Millet on Loving the Rocky Horror Novel
I don’t know how I got my own copy. I only know I read it into rags. The post Lydia Millet on Loving the Rocky Horror Novel appeared first on The Millions.
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Some Strange Eruption: Watching ‘Station Eleven’ and Teaching ‘Hamlet’ to the Class of 2022
If they learn nothing else by the time their graduation caps land, I hope they learn this. The post Some Strange Eruption: Watching ‘Station Eleven’ and Teaching ‘Hamlet’ to the Class of 2022 appeared first on The Millions.
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Found in Translation: Mapping Budi Darma’s ‘People from Bloomington’
These stories could be set anywhere. Yet they are distinctly and precisely here, in this southern Indiana town. The post Found in Translation: Mapping Budi Darma’s ‘People from Bloomington’ appeared first on The Millions.
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Tuesday New Release Day: Starring Habib, Kaplan, Zevin, and More
Here’s a quick look at some notable books—new titles from Conner Habib, Isabel Kaplan, Gabrielle Zevin, and more—that are publishing this week. Want to learn more about upcoming titles? Then go read our most recent book preview. Want to help The Mill
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The Shape of Thought: On Emily Hall’s ‘The Longcut’
Hall manages to write a perambulatory novel that, like Zeno’s arrow, stays fixed in one place. The post The Shape of Thought: On Emily Hall’s ‘The Longcut’ appeared first on The Millions.
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An Essential Decency: The Millions Interviews Michael Bourne
"A true addiction story is unreadable—it's just a person doing the same damn thing over and over and over." The post An Essential Decency: The Millions Interviews Michael Bourne appeared first on The Millions.
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The Radical Class Consciousness of Queer Regency Romance
Queer desire threatens the logic of all forms of social hierarchy. The post The Radical Class Consciousness of Queer Regency Romance appeared first on The Millions.
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Tuesday New Release Day: Starring Walter, Bazawule, Bourne, and More
Here’s a quick look at some notable books—new titles from Jess Walter, Blitz Bazawule, our own Michael Bourne, and more—that are publishing this week. Want to learn more about upcoming titles? Then go read our most recent book preview. Want to help T
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Say You Were Gonna Make a Bomb: On Bud Smith’s ‘Teenager’
If you can’t suspend your disbelief on page one, Teenager warns, you’re going to have a bad time. The post Say You Were Gonna Make a Bomb: On Bud Smith’s ‘Teenager’ appeared first on The Millions.
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