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Why literary journals don’t pay.

What to make of our new Golden Age of dystopian fiction?

A new short story by Sherman Alexie over at the New Yorker.

An interview with Gabe Habash, author of Stephen Florida.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks books and reading with The New York Times.

Lincoln Michel wrote a goodbye to Denis Johnson.

Some memoir writing advice.

Yaa Gyasi looks back on last year when her novel Homegoing blew up.

9 stories about extreme exploring.

Elena Ferrante talks about the adaptation of her novels.

Coffee shops no book lover can miss.

With the Bodega Project, writers talk about their favorite New York bodegas with Electric Literature.

Horror novel The Blondes will be adapted for TV.

Tor discusses the Fairyland series by Catherynne M. Valente.

This app recommends you a book with every tab you open.

A primer to Ian McEwan’s works.

Youtube partners up with publishers to get kids to read.

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