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Maud Newton
Mesmerized by the ambiance at #Gourmanoff, including V. Woolf quote, @maudnewton & I are new devotees. #BrightonBeach
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This picture doesn't capture how red the moon was as it was setting tonight.
1958: "Lolita" is published in the U.S. and the Times calls it "dull, dull, dull." nyti.ms/1TPrUgq
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"Shirley Jackson and Me." @BCDreyer on copy-editing his favorite author lgrd.co/1UAJoKx #longreads @TheToast
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"Poverty isn't a beat." @Sarah_Smarsh on privilege, class and journalism: lgrd.co/1vvi1Cx #longreads
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Notorious RBG: I somehow didn't realize until now that the book @irin's been working on is about Ruth Bader Ginsburg!
Megyn Kelly: How long have you been a Republican? Trump:
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In case you were wondering where all 10 candidates stand on funding PP. #GOPDebate
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MT @tnr: Helen Phillip's dystopian novel evokes the menace of mundane work. on.tnr.com/1SOTB8N @annawiener
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@maudnewton I don't usually have the patience for a 7-min youtube video, but @SenWarren's speech is worth it. youtube.com/watch?v=4IH2SR…
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This is how ‘lady authors’ were told to promote their books in the 1960s: ti.me/1M2JU10
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Schumer cousins, Chuck and Amy, work together on curbing gun violence nyti.ms/1KNj9vW
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Lydia Yuknavich on Mythologies We Adopt to Make Sense of Violence lgrd.co/1MIOOSi @GuernicaMag #quotes
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This is a message for Jacques Derrida. Would Jacques Derrida come to reception.
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Just landed in KC & a chicken started following me in airport parking. Awaiting animal control & talking politics
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Throughout my research, I keep returning to @DavidEpstein's "The Sports Gene." Thoughtful, fascinating book.
there is an entire industry out there full of people similar to you and me who think about this seriously
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#tbt: The Mag's first year (1896-1897), when Ulysses S. Grant, Rudyard Kipling and opera were on the cover.
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9 p.m. - 11 p.m. Sunday, August 16 and every Sunday after on HBO. The key art for Show Me A Hero, released today:
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The ad that "doesn't exist" according to @R_Bernstein & @nybooks who calls me a liar & didn't bother to interview me
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Mark McCoy's gorgeous drawings from his DEVOURING GHOST exhibition are now online: markmccoyart.com/devouring-ghos…
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