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  • Scouting Report: July 2021
    GilmoreSynopsis: A small-town girl wakes naked and covered in blood after a late night of celebration.
    07/12/2021
  • Something Good
    Kiyoko kicked a stall really hard, and the sound made us cover our ears.”
    07/12/2021
  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Religion & spirituality
    Following the success of her first novel, Chase Harrington takes an assignment covering what will happen to Briarcliff Manor after the death of millionaire Sebastian Winthrop.
    07/08/2021
  • Cover Reveal: 'New from Here' by Kelly Yang
    “We can show up for other people… in the story, Knox tells his brother the importance of echoing statements of support for the victim,” she noted.
    07/08/2021
  • The #OwnVoices Conundrum
    At their foundation, stories transport, educate, and cradle us.
    07/05/2021
  • Dave McKean Tells a Complex, Dreamlike Story in ‘Raptor’
    The Raptor story is drawn in black ink, the writer’s story is in pencil.
    07/05/2021
  • Norman Didn't Do It!: (Yes, He Did)
    “Under the cover of night,” he goes to a very dark (and funny) place—transplanting the little tree to a remote island before, soon enough, regretting it.
    07/05/2021
  • The Royal Correspondent
    Joel (The Paris Model) serves up an engrossing story about a woman’s determination to succeed as a journalist.
    07/05/2021
  • In Brief: July 1, 2021
    Cover-ing More of ColoradoColorado-based Tattered Cover, one of the largest indie bookstore chains in the U.S., recently opened its fifth outlet, Tattered Cover Kids—its first children’s-focused concept—inside Stanley Marketplace in Aurora, Colo.
    07/01/2021
  • Obituary: Byrd Baylor
    She covered arts stories and segued into writing features about the people on the Tohono O’odham Reservation and other social justice issues that were important to her like poverty in Tucson.
    07/01/2021
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: June 2021
    . $10 paper (138p), ISBN 978-1-80031-501-3Book DepositoryForests are at the heart of this illustrated collection of 13 short stories.
    06/28/2021
  • Silent Winds, Dry Seas
    Set primarily on the island nation of Mauritius, Busjeet’s inventive debut ping-pongs through time, combining poetic passages with linked tales to tell a story of family, politics, and yearning.
    06/28/2021
  • Mourning in the Modern Era
    Long after news outlets stopped covering the shooting, Schumann underwent surgeries, rehabilitation, and counseling, and she writes: “I spent a lot of days feeling forgotten.
    06/28/2021
  • Mourning in the Modern Era
    Long after news outlets stopped covering the shooting, Schumann underwent surgeries, rehabilitation, and counseling, and she writes: “I spent a lot of days feeling forgotten.
    06/28/2021
  • Spring 2021 Flying Starts: Gracey Zhang
    She moved back to Vancouver, planning to save enough money to cover her legal fees, and found a job in an animation studio.She wasn’t completely new to animation—she had made her own short films at RISD—but this was a different experience, being a small cog in a huge machine in the
    06/28/2021

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