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Fun Reads of Interest
Chissick Chat #16 ~ Read the Interview with Amelia Chambers
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog! Following the Easter break, I’m chatting with Amelia […]
HUMOUR: John Sharpe: No. 1,348 (Underworld) by Riley J Froud
Every once in a while you get to read something special and this is […]
Chissick Chat #15 ~ Read the Interview with Janet Gogerty
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog. We are starting April by saying hello to Janet […]
A review of ‘Behind the Scenes at the Museum’ by Kate Atkinson
Can you keep a secret? Most authors can, often the plots of novels depend […]
A Deluge of Comfort
By Syl Sabastian “Drought always ends in rain.” Sometimes, the profoundly obvious, is also […]
Chissick Chat #14 ~ Read the Interview with Kimberly Livingston
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog! Today I’m saying hello to Kimberly Livingston, an author […]
Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for September 21, 2020
The best book deals of the day, curated by Book Riot.
Riot Recommendation: 19 of Your Favorite Crime Thrillers with Badass Female Leads
We rounded up 19 of your favorite crime thrillers with badass female leads!
Submerging Myself In Poetry For The Sealey Challenge
A reader recounts the poignant experience of participating in the Sealey Challenge, reading poetry every day throughout August.
12 New Memoirs Written by Asian Authors
There are some great new memoirs by Asian writers out this year, like Sigh, Gone by Phuc Tran.
5 Great Speculative Fiction Anthologies of 2020
Explore myriad stories imagined around shared themes and discover new favorite authors through these 2020 speculative fiction anthologies, including Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite, Edited […]
the Paris Review
The Art of Distance No. 26
In commemoration of back-to-school time, this week’s The Art of Distance features interviews that celebrate education.
I’ve lost the urge to put all my faith in a single hero.
I read every piece of paper I could get my hands on: local ad circulars, obsolete reference books, collections of antediluvian Broadway wit.
Staff Picks: Boats, Brands, and Blasphemy
This week, the staff of ‘The Paris Review’ stays up late, reads Ross Gay, and dreams of Italy.
Six Young Women with Prizewinning Book Collections
We are pleased to unveil the winners of the 2020 Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize, for American women book collectors aged thirty and younger.
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