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Articles with keyword "book publishing"

John O'Hara, novelist of upper-class manners, in a jacket and a tie.

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John O’Hara Wrote about the Things Rich People Do. Why Isn’t He Still Famous?

Library of America releases a volume of O'Hara's acclaimed short stories.

Garrison Keillor in his signature footwear.

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The Next Stage of Garrison Keillor:

After 40 years on the radio, what to do next?

illustration f Marianne Moore

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Moore or Less

Did the persona distract from the poetry?

Motel sign

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The Year of Numbered Rooms

An author shares the highs and lows of life on tour.

Cover of Blues Viision

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In the Land of Snow and Fargo, a Legacy of Black Writing Emerges

A new anthology of African-American writing reveals black lives in the Midwest.

A young James Laughlin and Ezra Pound

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The Man Who Made American Modernism and Modernism American

James Laughlin, champion of literature

Illustration of volumes representing great American authors

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Edmund Wilson's Big Idea: A Series of Books Devoted to Classic American Writing. It Almost Didn't Happen.

The origins of the Library of America were a messy business.

Virginia Woolf

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Virginia Woolf Was More Than Just a Women’s Writer

A Room of One’s Own is a formative feminist document, but critic Robert Kanigel argues that men are cheating themselves if they don’t embrace the book, too.