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The Orchid Thief: A True Story of Beauty and Obsession (Ballantine Reader's Circle) (Paperback)

by Susan Orlean

A Reader’s Book of Days: A Reading List for a Month of Storytelling by the Fire 1

Did Dickens invent Christmas? It’s sometimes said he did, recreating the holiday as we know it out of the neglect that had been imposed on it by Puritanism, Utilitarianism, and the Scrooge-like forces of the Industrial Revolution.

Pop Lit: Literary Magazines in Film and Television 15

What is the wider cultural influence of literary magazines? I am not sure there needs to be one.

Susan Orlean's Obsessions 0

The Story in the Storm: An Accomplished Author on How to Write Journalistic Nonfiction 3

If the narrative isn’t unfolding the way you want it, you can’t just change the details to make it better, the way you would when writing fiction. You have to represent the truth.

A Year in Reading: Ben Dooley 2

What does Stephen Gaghan know that Charlie Kaufman doesn't? 2

The New New Journalists 0