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Fiction

The Cost Of Being Truman Capote

The Capote Tapes paints a compelling portrait of a queer writer grappling with his femme identity.

How Do You Mourn A Husband You Never Really Knew?

In the months before his death, Clare's husband’s secret self started coming out into the open; she could only assume it had been waiting inside him all along. (An excerpt from The Third Hotel.)

This Is What It’s Like To Be A Classical Musician

In an excerpt from Aja Gabel's novel The Ensemble, Jana is trying to lead her quartet to greatness — but a much older famous violinist might be getting in the way.

Is It Possible To Find Love If You're Addicted To Attention?

"No one really wanted satiety. It was the prospect of satiety—the excitement around the notion that we could ever be satisfied—that kept us going." An excerpt from Melissa Broder's new novel, The Pisces.

Is It Possible To Write A Short Story Free From The White Gaze?

"Why would you want to tell this story about a bunch of black Southern guys discovering bread anyway? What purpose does it serve unless it’s to show yourself as somehow better than them?" An excerpt from Nafissa Thompson-Spires' short story collection Heads of the Colored People.

What Do You Do When You Run Into That One Ex?

When young artist Andrea Morales runs into her ex-girlfriend at a music show, she witnesses the unthinkable. (An excerpt from Chelsey Johnson's novel Stray City.)

What Happens To A Family When Its Larger-Than-Life Patriarch Dies?

"If he was anything, Big Angel was the father and patriarch of the entire clan. And, by the way (bi de guey), the de La Cruz family has been around here since before your grandparents were even born." (An excerpt from Luís Alberto Urrea's novel The House of Broken Angels)

Read This Excerpt From One Of 2018's Most Exciting Books

16-year-old trans girl Angel is thrilled to finally wear dresses in public, but faces repercussions at home. Read more in this excerpt from Joseph Cassara's novel The House of Impossible Beauties.

25 Podcasts You Need To Listen To In 2018

Looking for something different to listen to? Try these, including Casefile, Dead Pilots Society, The Read and more.

Who's Afraid Of The Personal Essay?

The conversation over the viral New Yorker short story “Cat Person” is reiterating the same old bias against personal essays as a frivolous, artless, and feminine form of writing.

22 Famous Writers Told Us About The Book They're Most Thankful For

Celebrate Thanksgiving with the books Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, Jonathan Franzen, R.L. Stine, James Patterson, Rainbow Rowell, Michael Chabon, Lemony Snicket, Chuck Palahniuk, and more of your favorite authors are grateful for.

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