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The House of Representatives and U.S. Senate are considering tax reform bills that, if passed, could affect writers and literary nonprofits across the country.
From writers with "genius grants" to a new biography of Joni Mitchell, we've collected the latest literary news.
From the Nobel Prize in Literature to Sasquatch Books, we've collected the latest literary news.
From Banned Books Week to Jane Eyre's move to Brooklyn in a graphic novel, we've collected the latest literary news.
From new grants for magazines to the release of Hillary Clinton's What Happened, we collected the latest literary news.
Today, one in seven Washingtonians are immigrants, which has shaped literary trends and artistic output.
The literary community descended on Washington, DC last week for the Association of Writers & Writing Programs’ annual conference, and participants seized the opportunity to register their dissent with the current administration.
The scariest part of the proposed cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities is that people seem to have accepted them already.
Standing in line at the grocery store the other day, I counted four magazines the published special issues to commemorate the remarkable life of Muhammad Ali, who died on June 3 at 74 years old.
It might be considered anathema to our neighbors south of the Rio Grande but Phoneme Media is having a veritable publishing celebration of indigenous Mexican poetry. This small, indie publisher with one of the coolest catalogues of world lit understands what Anthony Seidman wrote recently in World Literature Today.