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Banned Books
"[I]f their authors are really lucky some act of official censorship publicizes their work to the masses." - Orville Prescott, The New York Times, 1958

User-friendly database of upwards of 60,000 modern playwrights and their plays since 1956.

E Pluribus Unum
How Norman Vincent Peale destroyed America. Mary L. Trump, PhD.

The official website of Granta, the popular literary magazine.

'I'm Sarah Rector'
An account of the richest little girl in America's Jim Crow South, by Lauren N. Henley for Truly*Adventurous.

In These Times
The official website of In These Times, the progressive Chicago-based journal.

Interview Magazine
The pop culture magazine founded by Andy Warhol.

The quarterly magazine giving leftist, pro-democracy types a voice in otherwise corporate dominated media.

Jerry's Kids
Rolling Stone remembers the sixties with friends and fans of the world's greatest jam band.

Landover Baptist Church
Praying against you since 1620.

Lapham's Quarterly
Lapham's Quarterly embodies the belief that history is the root of all education, scientific and literary as well as political and economic. Magazine, podcast.

Literary Kicks
A place for lit buffs to kick it. Promoting the arts - online and off - since 1994.

The LSD No-No
One for the books: On June 12, 1970, Dock Ellis pitched a no-hitter high on LSD.

Mrs. Betty Bowers
She takes piety to new comedic heights, leaving you asking not what Jesus would do, but what would Betty?

An oasis of uninformed analysis in a desert of educated guesswork, this site features book reviews, original fiction, and author interviews.

Required Reading
Shay Shortt is a transplanted Canadian, librarian and book blogger.

Up With Beatles
Former Apple Records employee Ken Mansfield shares his Beatles experience with Kory Grow for Rolling Stone.

US vs G Dubya
Former US Prosecutor Elizabeth de la Vega takes on the White House in her book United States v. George W. Bush et al.

The Windshield Epidemic
Alan J. Stein takes us back to the Seattle Windshield Pitting Epidemic of 1954, a lesson in hyped hysteria, false conspiracy, and gremlins. HistoryLink.org.

Writer, poet Connor Bouchard-Roberts approaches publishing with the philosophy of a weaver.

Data-driven research focused on books, literature, and publishing. Stats.

World News Daily Report
The real fake news.

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