Lit Hub Daily: January 27, 2021

Lit Hub Daily
January 27, 2021

TODAY: In 1898, the publication of the first part of Henry James’ novella The Turn of the Screw appears in Collier’s Weekly magazine. 
TODAY: In 1898, the publication of the first part of Henry James’s novella The Turn of the Screw appears in Collier’s Weekly magazine. 
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“We don’t need the writer. What we need is the story, because this keeps us alive.” 
An interview with the late Barry Lopez, on Beyond the Page.

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James Goldgeier and Bruce W. Jentleson discuss America’s place in
global politics after Trump
, on Keen On.
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Margo Jefferson talks to Jordan Kisner about writing memoir, on Thresholds

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On Otherppl, Te-Ping Chen talks about finding moments of magical realism in China.
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Reading Women’s most anticipated books of the first half of 2021.
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Andy Borowitz talks to Paul Holdengraber about political satire
after Trump
, on The Quarantine Tapes.

 

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