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Seasonal Literary Traditions: Reading James in the Fall

Jason Diamond writes for Lit Hub about his tradition of rereading Henry James’ Turn of the Screw every fall, on the same bench (with a hot coffee) in Washington Square Park. Diamond, a Brooklyn-based writer, reminded me of the unique … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month: Reading and Viewing

I felt overwhelmed when I thought about what I could write for Women’s History Month. Do I write about how the month became commemorated? About the women that made it (and the other, more shaded side of history) happen? About … Continue reading

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