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Round–Up: John Keats, Bookseller of the Year Award, and the Codex Quetzalecatzin

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From the online release of John Keats' letters to the debut Bookseller of the Year Award from We Need Diverse Books, we've rounded up the latest literary news.

Round-Up: Ahmed Naji, Katherine Dunn, and More

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From a protest over the imprisonment of an Egyptian writer to the first ever female-led crime writing festival, here are the latest literary headlines: PEN America is teaming up with writers across the globe to protest the “unjust imprisonment” of Egyptian writer Ahmed Naji. Last week, at least 120 prominent

Reading POC is Grand but Why Aren’t We Reading Natives?

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Leonardo DiCaprio called during his Golden Globes acceptance speech for viewers to deepen our appreciation and respect for First Nations tribes, and made-for-cable movies are showing Natives in a more positive, less violent light. But what about us writers and readers? Who among us is giving a shout out