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Annie Dillard on How Writers Learn to Trust Instinct

“Original writing fashions a form.”

By Annie Dillard  January 14, 2022

Exit Wounds: On the Roots of Violence—and Its Complicated Aftermath

"Fear nests within other fears, is encircled by it."

By Jonathan Gleason  January 14, 2022

What Should You Read Next? Here Are the Best Reviewed Books of the Week

Featuring new titles by Hanya Yanagihara, Bernard MacLaverty, Jami Attenberg, Carl Bernstein, and more

By Book Marks  January 14, 2022

Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore on Writing on Your Own Terms

“When the publishing industry decides, our work suffers.”

By Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore  January 14, 2022

“A Poetic Vision of God.” On an Astounding 1903 Letter by Rainer Maria Rilke

From the History of Literature Podcast with Jacke Wilson

By History of Literature  January 14, 2022

So, Do Our Dogs Love Us?

Adam Rutherford and Hannah Fry Debate an Age-Old Question

By Adam Rutherford and Hannah Fry  January 14, 2022