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Colin Winnette – Haints Stay

Colin Winnette’s Haints Stay  (Two Dollar Radio) is a western like you’ve never read before. The book follows Brooke and Sugar, who we meet at the start of the book in a manner that will seem familiar to anyone who’s encountered the genre before. “They had finished a job,” Winnette writes. “They were empties of

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May 23, 2016

“This alertness is what drew me to them.” A conversation with Kate Bolick

Kate Bolick’s SPINSTER: Making a Life of One’s Own (Crown Publishing Group) is a book about women who have challenged the categories they find themselves shunted into—wife, mother, daughter, old maid—and about Bolick’s own attempts to understand the categories bound up in the experience of womanhood, and to question their relevance to her life. SPINSTER

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June 22, 2015

“I think about what kinds of experiences I want my readers to have.” A conversation with Leslie Jamison

Sarah Marshall: I first got ahold of Leslie Jamison’s The Empathy Exams (Graywolf Press, 2014) courtesy of my best friend from high school, who sent it to me as a birthday present earlier this year. “Happy birthday,” the card read, “to the woman who taught me to empathize with others.” Really, I had taught her, by

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July 7, 2014

S.E. Hinton – The Outsiders

Late Night Love Affair, hosted by Sarah Marshall and Candace Opper Welcome to the first episode of Late Night Love Affair—a new podcast recently adapted from the short-lived and much-loved video series, Late Night Lit. On today’s episode, hosts Candace Opper and Sarah Marshall discuss S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders. Topics of conversation include adolescent boys, lipstick application,

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February 20, 2014

Putting out Fire with Gasoline: Stephen King’s Firestarter and Tupelo Hassman’s Girlchild

Welcome to Late Night Love Affair, a column in which I’ll share with you the pieces of writing I’ve most recently come to love. Sometimes I will love ‘good’ writing—award-winning, critic-seducing, endowment-winning writing, the kind by the serious people with the nice sweaters and the author-photo expressions of mild consternation and eternal pensiveness. Sometimes I

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November 25, 2013

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