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December 1, 2010

The Millions Top Ten: November 2010 2

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One prize winner graduates to our Hall of Fame, another debuts.

December 1, 2010

What Was the Best Book You Read in 2010? 1

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Attention @The_Millions Twitter followers: let us know the best books you read in 2010 via #yearinreading!

December 1, 2010

Margaret Atwood Talks Twitter 0

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“Time goes all stretchy in the Twittersphere, just as it does in those folk songs in which the hero spends a night with the queen of the faeries and then returns to find that 100 years have passed and all his friends are dead…” Margaret Atwood talks Twitter with Robert McCrum.

December 1, 2010

Approaching Your Literary Heroes 0

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“Why can’t we keep our literary heroes where they belong, at the top of the bookshelf next to all the others? And why must we ache for their approval, their admiration, their love?” Alex Gilvarry posts about writers who dare to approach their literary heroes for the Paris Review Daily.

December 1, 2010

A Year in Reading: Fiona Maazel 2

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The book is full of allusion and adventures in form that make this one of the messiest, most honest, and epic revelations of self out there.

December 1, 2010

Sonya Chung at Sweet: Actors Reading Writers 0

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My inner dramatist will have a debut outing at Sweet: Actors Reading Writers, Thurs. 12/2 at 7:30 pm, Three of Cups (First Ave at 5th Street, NYC). Actor Tonya Edmonds will perform an excerpt from my novel-in-progress, Sebastian & Frederick. Other featured writers: Ed Park, Amanda Filipacchi, Jonathan Dixon, Maya Pindyck.

December 1, 2010

A Year in Reading: Stephen Dodson (Languagehat) 0

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It’s always a fraught moment when you sit down with a book you’ve been meaning to read for many years.

December 1, 2010

A Year in Reading 2010 32

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There are many ways to measure a year, but the reader is likely to measure it in books.

November 30, 2010

Tuesday New Release Day 0

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Julia Child fans may enjoy a new collection of her correspondence with her friend and “unofficial literary agent” Avis DeVoto. The letters follow Child through her life overseas. Also out now is a snazzy new Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray with a cover illustrated by Ruben Toledo.

November 30, 2010

Sula 2

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I’ve lent and given away hundreds of books to hundreds of people, but I’ve never lent Sula to anyone except my oldest daughter.