Literature Column

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The Literary Edit: 10 Great Books To Help You Survive The Cold Weather Until Spring

For our March book recommendations, we've pulled 10 fantastic books from the archives to round out our winter reading and welcome the beginning of spring. Ranging from oldies but goodies to new releases by some of our favorite authors, each title in our reading list carries its own, timely significance.

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The Literary Edit: For The Love of Books

We are acknowledging this month that, like the calendar year, we also go through "seasons" of preferences--particularly when it comes to reading. While in the summers we crave lighter, airier works of fiction to the deep, enthralling stores that move us in the winter, for the month of February we are focusing on 3 memoirs that are perfect for hunkering down and fighting the cold.

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The Literary Edit: New Year's Edition

As our minds buzz with excitement over the prospects and possibilities of the year to come, we invite you to take a moment to quiet your mind with the wonderful stories we're reading to kick off 2019.

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The Literary Edit: Our June Reading List

We are energizing our summer reading plans with these five vibrant reads: a collection of short stories and essays, a thoughtful debut novel, and a go-to spiritual guide.

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The Literary Edit: Our May Reading List

This spring, we're reaching for titles that are juicy in both style and storyline, including Michael Pollan's unexpected new release and an Atwood-esque novel.

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Our April Reading List

While we wait for winter to fully abate, we're digging into this diverse selection of books: a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the restaurant industry, a look at injustice within the legal system and more.

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The 4 Books We're Reading In February

We don't know about you, but we're making our way through this last chilly month of winter with a warm blanket and some good reads, including a chilling thriller, a lush romance, and even an old favorite children's book series.

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6 Books To Start The Year

Take a break from all of the self-help-oriented, New Year's-inspired reading, and dive into some fiction instead. You might be surprised by what the characters teach you about yourself, says our resident literary columnist.