It's summer. You have visions of beaches, ice-cold beverages, and three-day weekends rolling around in your brain. Sure, maybe winter is the season to Netflix and chill. But the months of June, July and August? 'Tis the time to readShow More Summary
When I decided to self-publish my first book, my biggest fear was that I would be alone and unsupported. I quickly learned that I had nothing to worry about. I discovered that the indie community is a thriving scene, filled with passionate...Show More Summary
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All that was or ever will be Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... Yesterday we had the poster, now we have the trailer. I recommend putting this on the biggest screen you can, turn up the sound and watch it about 4 times. Show More Summary
Sarah Mirk Author Sherman Alexie. Photo by Lee Towndrow. Sherman Alexie is one of those authors whose work I recommend to literally everyone. Kids, teens, adults, literature snobs, people who read one book a year—everyone’s life is made better by reading a little Sherman Alexie. Show More Summary
I am a huge fan of the works of Alistair Horne and would generally recommend any of his books to anyone, but there is one book in particular that our presumptive Republican nominee needs to read. That book is Horne’s excellent work on the French Algerian war, A Savage War of Peace. Show More Summary
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Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Scroll through for our picks below. Frank Zappa: Eat That […]
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It’s time for my annual summer beach week reading suggestions, where I reach beyond the political science literature to recommend books about the Middle East that I found well-written, informative and engaging. I fear this year’s list may be a bit depressing. After all, between multiple civil wars and failed states, botched democratic transitions and military […]
Recommended Reading: Zinzi Clemmons, one of the founders of Apogee Journal, on the importance of editors of color and inclusive literary journals. The post A Journal for the People appeared first on The Millions.
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New York Times best-selling author Emily Giffin is out with her eighth novel, "First Comes Love." But she has recommendations for other summer books to read, including "Rich and Pretty," "That One Got Away" and "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing." (Run time: 4:15)
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