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App Uses Literary Storylines to Engage Kids

Published on February 20th, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

There’s that story from a couple of years ago of the 1-year-old child attempting to interact with a magazine as if it were an iPad. When the video first went viral, in 2011, about ten percent ... Read More


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11 Authors You Should Find On Facebook

Published on February 17th, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

Facebook can be addicting, and that’s why our friends sometimes post sad messages about how they’re deactivating their accounts because of life-saving reasons: They spend too much time there, they’re too obsessed with getting “likes,” their ... Read More


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25 Independent Presses to Follow On Twitter

Published on February 11th, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

Tired of selfies and mindless twitter chatter? Here are 25 independent presses we recommend you follow on twitter right now. Tell us who we missed! 1. Graywolf Press I like my dystopian lit true to life. ... Read More


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Why Should Amazon Tell Us What Books Are “Best”?

Published on February 11th, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

Check out this great response on CNN.com by poet and fiction writer Jay Parini, in regards to Amazon’s recent “100 Best Books” list. Books to read before you die By Jay Parini It brings up a good question: ... Read More


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. . . And Speaking of Anne Sexton. . .

Published on February 11th, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

Is there anyone who hasn’t listened to this a million times? It’s the audio of Anne Sexton reading “For My Lover Retuning to His Wife.” As of this writing, there have been 18,739 “views” of this ... Read More


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Literary Book Trailers That Should Make You Want to Buy Books

Published on February 3rd, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

Book trailers are becoming increasingly popular and maybe even necessary for works of literary fiction and creative nonfiction, even poetry. Whether they are created by students in college-level literature classes, fans of great books, the author’s ... Read More


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“Famous Poet” is an Oxymoron. . . Except . . .

Published on February 2nd, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

New poets always hear their friends say things like, “Don’t forget me when you’re a famous,” or, “Someday you’re going to be a famous poet.” But fame and poetry rarely go hand in and, at least ... Read More


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Denis Johnson is impressed with this young poet

Published on February 2nd, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

In a rare interview, Tree of Smoke author Denis Johnson shared with Yale Literary Magazine which poets influenced him the most, and who he’s reading today. “Dylan Thomas first of all, during my high school – ... Read More


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