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‘The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe’ Finds Bittersweet Love in the Dredge

“The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe,” finds a female hero in a world that is dark, muddy, and desperate.

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'Yes She Can' Incites Hope

Each story in this collection is wildly different from the other, but they all share the same thread: hope.

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Anthony Jack

Anthony Jack, a junior fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows and an Assistant Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, recently published his first book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges are Failing Poor Students

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‘A Woman Is No Man’ Is No Great Revelation

“A Woman is No Man” concludes with just a hint of disappointment at the story that it could have been.

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‘The New Pie’ is Filled with Challenging Yet Accessible Recipes

In their cookbook debut, “The New Pie,” expert bakers Chris Taylor and Paul Arguin challenge traditional interpretations of pies.

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Maria Popova on the ‘Figuring’ of a Beautiful Life

Popova’s message is one of pure fascination and appreciation for the ephemeral and ecological natures of our lives.

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Renee Nault on “The Handmaid’s Tale” Graphic Novel and Her Creative Process

In Renee Nault’s graphic rendition of “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, graceful watercolor forms glide across soft panels.

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Portrait of an Artist: Andrea R. Flores ’10

Andrea Flores spoke to The Harvard Crimson about working in the White House, life at Harvard, and how female students can lay the foundations for later activism and governments after college.

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‘Gingerbread’ is a Poignant Story of Ambition, Family, and Displacement

“Gingerbread” does an excellent job of worldbuilding and providing sharp social commentary.

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Neither Ghostly nor Gripping: ‘Guestbook: Ghost Stories’

The experience of reading "Guestbook: Ghost Stories" is much akin to panning for gold: searching, desperately, for a small glimmer amid the dirt and silt.

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“the mermaid’s voice returns in this one” Has No Unique Voice of its Own

Although her poetic techniques are lacking, Lovelace has the chops to be a writer of fortune-cookie fortunes.

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'Run Away,' Please

Haphazardly throwing together cults, drugs, and genetic testing does not make a thriller.

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‘Cat Person’ Author Kristen Roupenian Discusses New Book at Harvard Book Store

Much of the evening’s conversation centered on Kristen Roupenian’s attempts to navigate her story’s unexpected fame.

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‘Work Wife’ is an Empowering Ode to a Healthy Work Life

Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur’s “Work Wife” offers better wellness and relationship advice than most “Cosmopolitan” articles and Barnes & Noble self-help books.

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‘The Night Tiger’: A Spectacular and Haunting Murder Mystery

Yangsze Choo’s “The Night Tiger” is a stunning combination of romance, mystery and tragedy.

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