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How It Ended: New and Collected Stories

“How It Ended”

“How It Ended” brings together three decades of short stories, representing the breadth of Jay McInerney’s career.

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Cheever: A Life

“Cheever: A Life”

Blake Bailey provides detailed personal insight into the simultaneously ordinary and extraordinary life of author John Cheever

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New Yorker names 20 writers under 40

Inspiring both awe and envy, The New Yorker’s “20 under 40” list has finally been released, after months of media speculation and scrutiny.

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The Pioneer Woman Cooks

Climb on The Pioneer Woman’s covered wagon for hilarious anecdotes, luscious photographs, and step-by-step instructions for preparing mouthwatering meals.

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10 questions for SMITH

If you think you can’t say much in six words, then you haven’t heard of SMITH.

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The Moth

The Moth provides storytelling opportunities open to anyone who has a story to tell, holding shows in both New York City and in cities around the United States.

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The Morning News

This daily online magazine commands some of the most compelling and thoughtful content available on the web. Go there now. Return everyday.

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Design Observer

Intelligent, insightful design and culture blog covering everything from the irritating habits of luxury brand marketers to the PDAs of the ancient Sumerians.

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SMITH Magazine

This DIY memoir and personal narrative site allows you to spill your guts online without the hassle of a book deal.

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“A Mercy”

With “A Mercy” (Knopf, 2008), Toni Morrison has created another memorable work of fiction.

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