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51 blogs about Books and literature. Page 3 of 3.

  1. Shiny New Books
    “What to Read Next and Why.” By Annabel Gaskell, Harriet Devine. 🇬🇧

    Suburbs: A Very Short Introduction by Carl Abbott
    Review by Liz Dexter There are by now over 700 Very Short Introductions, on the Book of Common Prayer, the Brain, Modern Latin American Literature, Volcanoes, inter alia, and now on Suburbs. The author, Carl …
    By Shiny New Books, 568 words

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  2. Staircase Wit
    “a blog primarily about books.” By Constance. 🇺🇸

    Heart and Soul by Maeve Binchy #ReadingIreland2023
    Title: Heart and SoulAuthor: Maeve BinchyNarrator: Sile BerminghamPublication: Random House, Audio, 2008Genre: FictionSetting: IrelandDescription: Dr. Clara Casey had been hoping for a different job but instead finds herself managing a new Heart Clinic attached to …
    By CLM, 798 words

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  3. The Stone and the Shell
    “Using large digital libraries to advance literary history.” By Ted Underwood. 🇺🇸

    Using GPT-4 to measure the passage of time in fiction
    Large language models are valuable research assistants, especially when they refuse to follow instructions.
    By tedunderwood, 24 words

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  4. Tim Boucher
    “Questionable content, possibly linked.” 🇨🇦

    More thoughts on coding with ChatGPT
    It’s funny yesterday I was looking around for videos about coding with ChatGPT from a “no code” perspective (or rather for people who don’t already know how to code – no know code?), and it …
    By Tim B., 834 words

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  5. Tony's Reading List
    “Too lazy to be a writer - Too egotistical to be quiet.” 🇦🇺

    IBP 2023 Round Up – Reviews One & Two
    I’ve already published a few introductory posts for this year’s International Booker Prize, having introduced the latest Shadow Panel, made a pathetic attempt to predict the longlist, revealed the actual final thirteen and provided our …
    By Tony, 780 words

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  6. Travel Between The Pages
    “The Intersection of Travel, Books & Art.” By Brian D. Butler. 🇺🇸

    The Writing Life
    The Writing Life is a wonderful short video essay about the demands and rewards that come with the pursuit of writing as a vocation. The video is told through the films of Wes Anderson featuring …
    By Brian D. Butler, 73 words

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  7. The Untranslated
    “A blog about literature not yet available in English.” By Andrei. 🇺🇸

    Group Read of José Trigo: The Final Event at The Untranslated Book Club Before It Closes Down
    On February 6, 2023, we are starting our group read of Fernando del Paso’s masterpiece José Trigo, which is going to be the last event at The Untranslated Book Club. If you have at least …
    By The Untranslated, 61 words

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  8. Verso
    “Verso Books is the largest independent, radical publishing house in the English-speaking world.” 🇬🇧 🇺🇸

    Their Regime Must Fall
    “Can the government fall?” asked BFM TV two days before that same government resorted to Article 49.3. It’s no longer time for wishing, but for contributing. We have been patient–far too patient. In 2016, the …
    By Joseph Andras, Patrick Lyons, 1,415 words

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  9. Vertigo
    “Where literature and art intersect, with an emphasis on W.G. Sebald and literature with embedded photographs.”

    “It could have only been written by a Spaniard” — Two More Fake Artists
    In his slim little book Because She Never Asked Enrique Vila-Matas tells a story about the artist Rita Malú,* who looks like the famous French artist Sophie Calle, who “dreamed of the day when Sophie …
    By Terry, 1,018 words

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  10. Wynken de Worde
    “Sarah Werner’s blog about reading, early modern books, and digital tools.” 🇺🇸

    reading for the future
    Isn’t a bit weird that we do end-of-year reading highlights? By “we” I of course mean me, but also I’m not the only one who does this. Is this the turn from 2022 to 2023? …
    By Sarah Werner, 1,508 words

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  11. Yellowed Perils
    “Thoughts and comments on the world of the pulp magazines.” By William Lampkin. 🇺🇸

    A fateful blizzard for two fictioneers
    On a wintry evening in early 1922, Chauncey and Edith Brainerd settled into the warm comfort of the Knickerbocker Theatre in Washington, D.C., to watch the silent film Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford. Little did the two pulp …
    By William, 62 words

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