Posted on May 24, 2022

For shame: Bram Stoker was a serial defiler of library books.

I’m sorry, you just shouldn’t write in library books. Do whatever you want with your own books—highlighter, pen, pencil, the blood of the innocent—but...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

Lit Hub Daily: May 24, 2022

TODAY: In 1900, Italian actor, playwright, and screenwriter Eduardo De Filippo is born.     “In terms of craft, I would need every move I ever...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

Jen Silverman on Re-reading, Making a Tarot Deck, and Other Kinds of Escape

Jen Silverman’s novel, We Play Ourselves, is out now in paperback from Random House, so we asked about her favorite books to give to friends, the best...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

How Leonardo Da Vinci Became the Ultimate Renaissance Man

Leonardo Da Vinci—arguably one of history’s most resourceful geniuses—was the unwanted result of casual sex between a local peasant girl and a young man...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

Omer Friedlander and Joshua Henkin on Writing with a Sense of Place

I was sent Omer Friedlander’s debut story collection, The Man Who Sold Air in the Holy Land, out of the blue by his editor Robin Desser. The truth is that...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

Looking for Answers After the Murder of a Dear Friend and Little Brother

In the first years of my journalism career I was a hip-hop-obsessed music writer who’d never made a Freedom of Information Act request. But while doing...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

On the Ball: In Memory of Roger Angell, 1920-2022

The first issue of Sports Illustrated was published on August 16, 1954. The cover — a lush full-color photograph of the Milwaukee Braves’ Eddie Mathews...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

Avalon

I lay on my backpack, denying to myself that my arm was broken. The moon had made me think it was light enough to gambol down a mountain. The waterfall meadow,...

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Posted on May 24, 2022

Elif Batuman on the Need For Novels (And When Male Writers Describe Oral Sex)

It was a review of The Idiot, her 2017 debut novel, that made Elif Batuman revisit Martin Amis’s 1973 debut novel, The Rachel Papers. “The reviewer was...

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