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The Awkward Age

In 1899 Henry James wrote to Henrietta Reubell on the subject of his mid-career novel “The Awkward Age,” originally published as serialized fiction in Harper’s Weekly.

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Which Side Are You On

A thoroughly contemporary novel that both highlights the reactionary divide and the bridges that must be built between Gen Z and their parents, the debut work from Ryan Lee Wong is about the complexity of today’s family conversations.

Bruce McEver, a part-time resident of Salisbury, Conn., has written a memoir that touches on life, love, the arts and high finance. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Seeing the Loss of a Loved One As a Place to Begin Again

Nearly everyone I know is actively planning to write their memoir and hardly anyone I know has succeeded in doing so.

Bruce McEver is one of the few exceptions. A part-time resident of Salisbury, Conn., McEver is both a finance professional and a poet.

Big Lies Are Everywhere: In Case This Summer Isn’t Hot Enough for You

Philosopher Lee McIntyre, a Research Fellow at Boston University, opens his book, “How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason,” with his account of visiting a Flat Earth Convention in 2018 — where people committed to the idea that the Earth is flat gather to exchange their parti


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