Lit Hub Weekly: January 9-13, 2023

Literature

TODAY: In 1977, Anais Nïn dies at 73.   

Also on Lit Hub:

The time Russell Banks fled a writing residency with Nelson Algren • Pico Iyer on the wonders and contentions of Kashmir • Toni Morrison on breathing life into clichés • How T. S. Eliot (literally) composed The Waste Land • Sean Adams on Seinfeld and the simple bliss of the three-camera sitcomTraining schoolchildren in the art of cyber war • What those escaping slavery found in Boston • Suzanne Berne on why we write (and read) novels • Z.L. Nickels examines writing about God in works by Eliot Weinberger, Claire Luchette, Lauren Groff, and Kirstin Valdez Quade • Michelle Nijhuis on Turn Every Page, the new film about writer-editor duo Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb • Janet Manley on making space for mother-artists • The birth of the reproductive justice movement • Katie Fustich recounts her year of reading romance novels • Finding a long-lost family member in the legendary Sleepy Hollow Cemetery • Peter Cole on making the poetic abstract concrete



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