Lit Hub Weekly: January 30-February 3, 2023


TODAY: In 1938, Thornton Wilder’s play Our Town opens on Broadway. (Pictured are Frank Craven, Martha Scott, and John Craven in the original production.) 

Also on Lit Hub:

Kelly Link in praise of Ursula K. Le Guin’s genuine magic • On Toni Morrison’s vision of a Black revival in Beloved • V (formerly Eve Ensler) muses on capitalism, community, and connectionNew poetry from Deborah Levy • The late Adina Talve-Goodman on illness, wellness, and luck • On Regina Gelana Twala and the legacy of racism and sexism in Southern Africa • How to tell a true survivor story • Daniel Black on the oppressive role of Christianity in black culture • Toni Morrison on craft, inspiration, and the time she met Obama • Planet Koresh: Inside the Mount Carmel compound in Waco, Texas • “There is nothing logical about wanting to have a baby.” • Behind the scenes of an emotional Fresh Prince of Bel-Air episode about fatherhood • Jess deCourcy Hinds asks how literary spaces can support neurodivergent readers and writers • On the work and career of Turkish writer Tezer Özlü

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