Charlotte writes to us about the interesting things she collects on the beach. In The Queer Syllabus, writers nominate works for a new canon of queer literature. Which path should we take? WORD — Brooklyn3 p. On Saturday, twenty-seven years later, the book finally sold. In her debut novel Late AirJaclyn Gilbert explores the physical and psychological repercussions of repeated trauma, as seen in the life of Murray, a Yale running coach in his sixties, whose world unravels after his top runner suffers an inexplicable accident one morning while training.
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Comfort and memory and grief commingled in the dish. The fifth iteration of Making Roads, a prose reading series and salon for Philadelphia-area and visiting writers, will feature readings by Rasheedah Phillips and Raquel Salas Rivera! Seminary Co-op Bookstore3 p. A Rumpus series of work by women and non-binary people that engages with rape culture, sexual assault, and domestic violence. Founder and publisher Lisa Pearson discusses Siglio Press.