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Tuesday, September 26, 2023

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Lou Fancher


Litquake turns the page with a new leader, who tells us what to catch

Executive Director Norah Piehl on what it's like joining the sprawling literary extravaganza, and who's top of her reading list

Something rotten: Nazi-occupied Denmark through young eyes in Richard Kluger’s latest novel

Seasoned journalist explores a country's moral quandry via historical fiction of 'Hamlet's Children.'

Ann Patchett on new ‘Tom Lake’: ‘We experience love in different ways at different times in life’

The lauded author's 'pandemic novel' sequesters a family on a farm in Traverse City, MI—and was written on a treadmill

The Shortish Project celebrates mighty impact of tiny tomes

Outpost19's lit database and publishing platform features 600 novellas by star and rising authors alike.

Shipwrecks and scurvy: ‘The Wager’ reveals human frailty beneath European colonialism

Novelist David Grann's tale of 18th-century maritime disaster adds to his record of relentless truth-telling, rats and all

Lonesome tonight? ‘Belonging’ offers isolation’s history and its practical fixes

Professor Geoffrey L. Cohen's deeply researched book is perfect for when your stage is bare

With mutual aid focus, Oakland Black Pride flies rainbows high into July—and beyond

Celebrate QTBIPOC community with this week's queer pub crawls, delicious fundraising events, kickball tournament, more.

Kronos Fest still waves in the new, with meta needle drops and play-along apps

Its '50 for the Future' project complete, Kronos Quartet leaps onward with three days of cutting-edge music

That big, bold, brassy sound is coming from Melba’s Kitchen

Appearing at Yoshi's, the 14-piece all-woman jazz ensemble celebrates 20th century Black trailblazer Melba Liston

Massive Mamenchisaurus and full-sized friends await at Academy of Sciences

Museum director explains why their dino-girth is truly significant sizing.