Literature

CHARLES BUKOWSKI MEETS HENRY ROLLINS–AMAZON     A candid conversation with   acclaimed short-story writer   Adam Kluger Q: What creative endeavors have you been up to? Kluger: Just trying to keep my chin up. It’s been a challenging time for everybody. But the short stories and the artwork (Dreck)  come when they come and that’s
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Melissa A. Crane, DC, MS, HHP Announces the Release of The House: The Truth of Who You Are Lives Within You The best experiences we have in life have been created in our hearts, with the help of our imaginations…   Genre: Nonfiction, Self-Love, Self-Help, Empowerment, Spiritual, Reinventing Date Published: August 8, 2021 In a
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August 9, 2021, 3:10pm If you think the sweet release of death will deliver you from your obligation to start a podcast, think again. Jack Kerouac—who, if he were alive, would absolutely have gone on Joe Rogan by now—will soon return to us in podcast form. The author’s estate is partnering with writers and hosts
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In this week’s Dispatches from The Secret Library, Dr Oliver Tearle analyses the famous opening sentence of Orwell’s final novel ‘It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.’ Since those words were first published in 1949, they have joined the pantheon, the literary canon, of great opening lines. They
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TODAY: In 1934, American Beat poet Diane di Prima is born.   “It’s as if Smith knew what was coming and wanted us to have good company.” Sara Batkie on reading Ali Smith’s Seasonal Quartet during the past year of COVID-19. | Lit Hub Year in Reading Lucy Jones enumerates the science-based health benefits of enjoying
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