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Author Mitch Albom writes new book "Human Touch" to raise money for coronavirus relief - CBS News Tuesdays With Morrie, Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press, Chapter One, Popular Books, It's Meant To Be, Continuing Education, News Stories, How To Raise Money

Human Touch » Mitch Albom

A fictional, serialized novella of hope during the coronavirus pandemic, set in the moment we are all living through together.

Volare on a giant piano key board

Volare on a giant piano key board

Writing in a Crisis | Talking Writing My C-outcry appears here.

American author and playwright Carson McCullers, pictured around The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, her debut novel of desolate southern lives, made McCullers an instant star – something she never fully recovered from Robert Phillips, New Books, Good Books, Map Of Michigan, Pictures Of America, Library Of America, Pictorial Maps, Literary Fiction, Playwright

Carson McCullers at 100: a century of American suffering

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, her debut novel of desolate southern lives, made McCullers an instant star – something she never fully recovered from

2016 - A host of strong debuts plus new novels from Don DeLillo, Julian Barnes, Geoff Dyer and Nicola Barker promise a strong year for fiction Ellen Von Unwerth, Neil Gaiman, Apocalypse, Riad Sattouf, Emmanuel Carrère, Good Books, Books To Read, Dh Lawrence, Don Delillo

Hidden gems of 2016: great reads you may have missed

From AJ Lees’s extraordinary memoir Mentored By a Madman to Fiona Melrose’s Midwinter and Julie Myerson’s chiller The Stopped Heart, our critics recommend the reads that slipped under the radar

One Hundred Twenty-One Days by Michele Audin

One Hundred Twenty-One Days

Amazon.com: One Hundred Twenty-One Days (9781941920329): Audin, Michèle, Hills, Christiana: Books

Our correspondent returned to the Egyptian city this fall to find a place as full of despair as her mother’s of the was full of hope and anticipation.

Our correspondent returned to the Egyptian city this fall to find a place as full of despair as her mother’s of the 1960s was full of hope and anticipation.

Neuroscientists who insist technology is changing our brains may have it wrong. What if we are switching from books to digital entertainment because of a change in our need to communicate? By Will Self Reading Tips, Book Recommendations, To Tell, Literature, Self, Entertaining, Technology, Digital, Battle

Will Self: Are humans evolving beyond the need to tell stories?

Neuroscientists who insist technology is changing our brains may have it wrong. What if we are switching from books to digital entertainment because of a change in our need to communicate?

Donald Trump’s New York Times Interview: Full Transcript

I’d hate to see Royal Aberdeen underwater. That's going to be my new slogan. Read the full text of the president-elect’s meeting with reporters, editors and opinion columnists from The Times.

Dante’s Inferno map by somnium-maris The Nine Circles of Hell planes underworld afterlife map

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valkyriesvagina: spookyemporium: Dante’s Inferno map by somnium-maris Dante’s inferno is my favourite. Everytime someone upsets me I place them in the appropriate circle. Petit: … and, indeed,...

Historian Janice Hayes-Williams examines a fragment of a blue shell-edged plate from the Belvoir slave quarters.

Belvoir's Legacy

The highly personal archaeology of enslavement on a tobacco plantation

Feel Desain is a publication aimed at the creative industries. It features articles about creativity, in order to find inspiration everyday.

Featured | Hotel Amerika

Hotel Amerika Introduces its new Interview Series Beginning with an interview by one of our editors, Liz Gower, with The Grammar of God: A Journey i...

Workers at the Temmler factory in Berlin. How Nazi drug abuse steered the course of history. German writer Norman Ohler’s astonishing account of methamphetamine addiction in the Third Reich changes what we know about the second world war Cold Light Of Day, Berlin, Operation Barbarossa, Viking Life, History Magazine, Archaeological Discoveries, The Third Reich, German Army, Pastor

High Hitler: how Nazi drug abuse steered the course of history

German writer Norman Ohler’s astonishing account of methamphetamine addiction in the Third Reich changes what we know about the second world war

Lesson ideas, creative activities and quizzes to help primary students celebrate the wolrd of Roald Dahl Roald Dahl Day, Tes Resources, The Giant Peach, Reading Tips, Hispanic Heritage, Marlene Dietrich, Creative Activities, How To Introduce Yourself, Famous People

How family tragedy turned Roald Dahl into a medical pioneer

After his wife’s stroke and his daughter’s death from measles, Roald Dahl applied his genius to medicine – making extraordinary breakthroughs. His doctor and friend recalls what he learned while treating the author in the last year of his life

From the Nobel Prize-winning author J. Coetzee, the haunting sequel to The Childhood of Jesus, continuing the journey of Davíd, Simón, and Inés Longlisted for the Man Booker 2016 prize Best Books Of 2017, New Books, Good Books, Jesus Book, Guitar Quotes, Reading Tips, Reading Room, Nobel Prize, School Days

The Schooldays of Jesus by J. M. Coetzee | PenguinRandomHouse.com

LONGLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE A New York Magazine Best Book of the Year From the Nobel Prize-winning author J. M. Coetzee, the haunting sequel...

"In sandals, in my grandmother's frock, in the noonday heat of an Italian  June, I followed you. Just like that, we were trekking through hedgerows  and overgrown meadows, along cypress-cloistered lanes that led (as you  promised) to views through iron gates of old, ornate houses, all seemingly  deserted, their gardens luxuriant with oleander, poppies, and roses,  teeming with bees. The sequins in my dress snagged on briars; my feet  blistered; I felt my face and arms growing red (my…

TO THE ITALIAN WHOSE NAME I LOST — OFF ASSIGNMENT

"In sandals, in my grandmother's frock, in the noonday heat of an Italian June, I followed you."