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Patty Crane – Bright Scythe

Patty Crane, Poet and Translator of Bright Scythe

Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei Featured guest: Patty Crane

November 17, 2015

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: March 8, 2015

Dog-Eared & Dispatched: March 8, 2015

It’s time for another all-footnote edition of book-world updates. From books in translation to the reading habits of dictators, from ereading apps to forever stamps, this week’s column has something for everyone. Click away! FOOTNOTES Shakespeare & Company has a new website. They also have a tumblr. Barnes and Noble has released a new nook

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March 8, 2015

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: February 8, 2015

Dog-Eared & Dispatched: Feb. 8, 2015

Welcome back for another look into book industry news. The big issue this week is authors’ rights, especially as they play a part in the upcoming publication of Harper Lee’s second book (and first novel), Go Set a Watchman. Since we didn’t have any footnotes last week, we are going overboard with them this, on

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February 8, 2015

“In a way, the poems were hidden even from me.” A conversation with Elizabeth Rosner

In this week’s Late Night Interview, Atelier26 Books publisher M. Allen Cunningham and author Elizabeth Rosner discuss her autobiographical poetry collection, GRAVITY, a deeply personal exploration of family, language, memory and history from a daughter of Holocaust survivors. M. ALLEN CUNNINGHAM: There’s a passage in Patricia Hampl’s memoir A Romantic Education, which seems to me

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January 12, 2015

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: July 20, 2014

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: July 20, 2014

It’s been quite the week this week, and the literary world keeps on spinning. In this week’s rundown of book culture, we look back on the life of Nadine Gordimer; we also consider the Apple and the Amazon, and how the two relate to ebooks. There are plenty of footnotes to round things out, with

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July 20, 2014

Ludmilla Petrushevskaya – There Once Lived a Woman Who Tried to Kill Her Neighbor’s Baby

Late Night Love Affair, hosted by Sarah Marshall and Candace Opper This month, Candace and Sarah discuss Ludmilla Petrushevskaya’s scary fairytale collection, There Once Lived a Woman Who Tried to Kill Her Neighbor’s Baby. Topics of conversation include: Russian stereotypes, The Twilight Zone, vodka bribes, Eraserhead, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, hollowed-out-bean beds, and

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April 17, 2014

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