Shakespeare’s World and Ours.
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The poetry of the working class.
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In her novels, Solace and Tender, she paints an unsentimental picture of Ireland.
Nnamdi Chukwuocha and Albert Mills. Photo courtesy of the Delaware Division of the Arts
Poets and social workers, the twins’ primary audience have been Wilmington’s underserved children.
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In his memoir Soul Serenade, Ollison describes how music was a lifeline during a difficult upbringing.
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Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders took Julianna Baggott 18 years to write… Julianna discusses how writing 14 other novels in a variety of genres, three collections of poetry, and a children’s series helped her finish Harriet Wolf.
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The new poet laureate of the United States and two-time NEA fellow calls for everyone's heart to speak out.
How a writer created the music magazine he wanted to read.
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From beautifully crafted short fiction to page-turning gothic novels, Rebecca Makkai puts art at the heart of her work.
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We explore the writing of her powerful memoir, Brother, I’m Dying.