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Mar 2023 49
Apr 2023 42
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Jun 2023 51
Jul 2023 49
Aug 2023 48
Sep 2023 48
Oct 2023 48
Nov 2023 47
Dec 2023 11

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Electric Lit’s Best Novels of 2023
There’s no denying that this year has been an embarrassment of riches when it comes to truly extraordinary, life-changing novels. From books that quietly interrogate the nuances of life among the elite, to stunning panoramic …
On , by Electric Literature, 2,875 words
Writing Desire in Middle Age
Diana Whitney’s second poetry collection, Dark Beds, is a rich text built of the many narratives that comprise middle age for caregivers: the demands of young children growing into themselves, parents aging away from themselves, …
On , by Jennifer Berney, 2,454 words
Before 2016 I Dated Republicans Without Much Shame
As I watched Donald Trump win the presidency on November 8th, 2016, I didn’t know that it meant my days of sleeping with Republicans were over. Why? For a start, it took me a few …
On , by Ginny Hogan, 2,246 words