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How Far Would You Go to Protect Someone You Love?

And whom would you trust along the way? These questions are the foundation of Caitlin Wahrer’s suspense novel, “The Damage.”…

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Richard Baron, Who Published Baldwin and Mailer, Dies at 98

As the contrarian publisher of the Dial Press, Richard Baron’s audacity was boundless when he wanted to prove a point.…

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Speaking Truth to Both the Right and the Left

Just America “is concerned with language and identity more than material conditions.” This separates it from Marxism and also Martin…

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A Supreme Court Justice Who Moved From Defending Slavery to Championing Civil Rights

On March 19, 1906, in a horrific act of terror that had become all too common in the South, a…

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Quinta Brunson’s Viral Fame Knows No Bounds

When she began drafting her first collection of essays, Quinta Brunson wasn’t sure she had anything meaningful to say. The…

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For Literary Novelists the Past Is Pressing

But recently the tone of such conversations has begun to change. As students of history know, fashions ebb and flow;…

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A White-Knuckle Ride to the Dark Side of Love and Infidelity

BATH HAUS By P. J. Vernon Our husband’s brother. Our wife’s best friend. Our waiter, our doctor, our gardener. Maybe…

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Erin Entrada Kelly Draws (Literally) From Her Life in a New Illustrated Middle Grade Series

MAYBE MAYBE MARISOL RAINEYBy Erin Entrada Kelly “Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey,” the first book in a new series by Erin…

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A More Perfect Union

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | How to Listen “The Engagement,” by Sasha Issenberg, recounts the complex and…

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There Is More to Us Than Just Our Brains

THE EXTENDED MINDThe Power of Thinking Outside the BrainBy Annie Murphy Paul In “My Octopus Teacher,” this year’s Oscar-winning documentary,…

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