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Afghan Women Raise Their Voices in Two New Anthologies

An Indian man with receding hairline, spectacles and a closely cropped white beard, looks to the camera.

Author Salman Rushdie Was Attacked on a Lecture Stage in New York

Tongo Eisen-Martin stands in the hallway of Parker Elementary School in East Oakland.

Dispatch From Parker Elementary with Tongo Eisen-Martin

The ‘Silliest’ Revolutionary: Tongo Eisen-Martin Writes Poetry at an Occupied School

a group of musicians in a black and white photo from the 1960s, practicing for a musical

Dave and Iola Brubeck, Louis Armstrong and the Civil Rights Musical That Never Happened

The silhouette of a young girl is seen wading in shallow waters, as the sun goes down on the horizon behind her.

Questions Linger Over 'Where the Crawdads Sing' Author as Film Adaptation is Released

Ingrid Rojas Contreras’ Memoir Explores Magic, Memory and Family Secrets

A woman with long, flowing black hair smiles for the camera. She is wearing small hoop earrings and standing in a park.

Sonoma Writer Ada Limón Named New U.S. Poet Laureate

Paul Madonna's Latest 'All Over Coffee' Collection Hits Close to Home—Literally

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