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Novel

‘The Writing Retreat’ by Julia Bartz – Book Review

The Writing Retreat could have been a decent little thriller, and there’s definitely glimmers in here of a better book under the overwhelming amount of baggage that comes packed in the 400 or so pages this one operates with. Between the angst-filled characters, the laborious pace, and the generous helping of the ludicrously incredulous, this

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AWARDS

Announcing the 2023 George Plimpton and Susannah Hunnewell Prize Winners

We are delighted to announce that on April 4, at our Spring Revel, Harriet Clark will receive the George Plimpton Prize, and the inaugural Susannah Hunnewell Prize will be presented to Ishion Hutchinson. The George Plimpton Prize, awarded annually since 1993 by the editorial committee of our board of directors, recognizes an emerging writer of

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TECHNOLOGY

“Writing On The Edge” Is Anthology of Alaska Stories

David James, editor of the Alaskan literature anthology “Writing on the Edge,” during a signing at Title Wave Books on March 4. James will be at Barnes & Noble in Fairbanks this Saturday from 1 to 3. PHOTO BY Karen Jensen Alaska means different things to different people. A new anthology of 33 Alaska stories,

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Novel

‘Outlander’ Author Diana Gabaldon Drops an Excerpt From Her New Book — Even Though She Admits She Is Not ‘Actively’ Writing It

Outlander author Diana Gabaldon is busy writing the 10th and final book in her popular, long-running literary series. At the same time, she has other projects in the works — including a prequel about Jamie Fraser’s parents and a companion book titled What Frank Knew . Recently, Gabaldon dropped an excerpt from the Frank-focused story.

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Fantasy

M.K. Lobb on Writing Her YA Fantasy Debut “Seven Faceless Saints”

“I hope young people can see the messy parts of themselves in Roz and Damian.” When M.K. Lobb started writing the manuscript that would ultimately become her debut YA novel, she set out to write a book for herself. “I wasn’t trying to impress anyone—it was a compilation of all the things I liked,” Lobb

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