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Matthew Griffin – Hide

Matthew Griffin’s stunning debut novel Hide (Bloomsbury) tells the story of a lifelong relationship between two men, Wendell and Frank, who’ve kept their partnership hidden from family and neighbors in their small North Carolina mill town for over fifty years. When Frank’s mental and physical health rapidly declines following a stroke, Wendell struggles to care

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February 15, 2016

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: July 5, 2015

In a week of hotly-political legislation including national marriage equality as a huge victory for LGBT rights, the book world is buzzing about Amazon and Apple news, the opening of The Hunger Games: The Exhibition, Oxford English Dictionary’s addition of “twerk,” and David Foster Wallace’s resurgence in mainstream media. Ready? Set? Read! Amid the celebration

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July 5, 2015

“The moment I started this project, I fell in love with creative nonfiction.” A conversation with Allison Green

Waves slipped onto shore and slipped back. A bird took a dirt bath in a dried puddle. Arline and I listened as my words rippled into the near silence. Thirty-odd years after reading Trout Fishing in America and living in the world Brautigan had created on the page, I’d found the place in the world

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June 8, 2015

“Authenticity is the most contagious content.” A conversation with Molly Rose Quinn

A few steps up from the cobbles of Crosby Street in SoHo, set a little way off from the rush of Houston, readers quietly browse walls of books or chat animatedly at working tables. A transgender woman is making coffees and pouring wine at the cafe in the back while more volunteers are setting up

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March 23, 2015

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