Lenny Letter – Neanderthals Were Women, Too
Chatelaine – Self Care and Coping
L’Espresso Magazine – Appuntamento a Neanderthal (translated into Italian)
The Millions – A Forgotten Bestseller: The Saga of John Williams’s Stoner
The Millions – How to Tweet Like Boris from The Goldfinch
The National Post – The answer to why Target is closing lies in the question: Where do you buy a broom?
The Rumpus – What Will Become of the Word “Ponzi”?
The Millions – Maybe It Was Worth It: The Millions Interviews Alexander Chee
The Millions – The Fine Edge Between Comedy and Horror: The Millions Interviews Margaret Atwood
The Millions – Artifacts of the Present: The Millions Interviews Emily St. John Mandel
The Amazon Book Review – The Wilderness Within: Author Diane Cook on Man V. Nature
Salon.com – Interview with Laura van den Berg about her novel, Find Me
The Millions – Is There a Truth and Does it Matter? Interview with Tanis Rideout
Finding Her Voice: An Interview with NoViolet Bulawayo
The Millions – How Should a Writer Be? Interview with Sheila Heti
Los Angeles Review of Books – The Fluent Medium of Translation: An Interview with Sam Garrett, translator of The Dinner
Los Angeles Review of Books – The Children’s Hour: Nelly Reifler’s Elect H.Mouse State Judge
Station Eleven offers suspense and science fiction: Emily St. John Mandel’s novel
A Dark Way to Expose the Truth: Todd Babiak’s novel, Come Barbarians.
The Mysteries of a Changing Brooklyn: Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Ordinary Magic: A.L. Kennedy’s Transatlantic Tricksters, a review of The Blue Book
The Millions – Faith and Fiction: The Testament of Mary by Colm Toibin
The New York Times – Last Words, a compilation of executed inmates last statements for the Op-Ed section
– Featured on Boing Boing, Andrew Sullivan’s Daily Dish in the Atlantic Monthly, The Michael Smerconish Show and NPR’s national show ‘Here & Now’ hosted by Robin Young
Brick Magazine – Black squirrels make a very nice pudding (not online)
The Alpinist – She Climbed Alone
Lists (we like lists because we don’t want to die — Umberto Eco)
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