Lit Hub Weekly: September 11-15, 2023

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TODAY: In 1880, English poet Alfred Noyes is born.    

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What Philip Larkin and Ted Lasso (and science) teach us about trauma • Zakiya Dalila Harris goes behind the scenes of The Other Black Girl TV adaptation • Here are the 106 books that critics think you should read this fall • Meet the army of horsewomen warriors in Afghanistan • On the disruptive, decolonizing imagery of Jonathan Raban’s Passage to Juneau • In praise of climate stories that complicate the narrative • How to write about pets (when you’re not an animal person) • The feminist fight for women’s pockets • On the detrimental impact of AI on literacy and cognition • Celebrating the tenth anniversary of Marie NDiaye’s Self-Portrait in Green • Navied Mahdavian on confronting environmental degradation in the American West • How America’s criminal justice system was slowly privatized • James Frankie Thomas on discovering his trans identity while writing fiction • Nick Ripatrazone muses on the generative nostalgia of old manuscripts • The impact of nature and landscape on writing characters • On the enduring popularity of Marvel’s Fantastic Four • How gardens and stories can create space to breathe • Carol Dunbar on writing under a water tower • What Olga Ravn is reading now and next • Annie Berke revisits The Notebook adaptation, (nearly) 20 years later • Ten of Phaidon’s most innovative titles of the past century • An ode to midlife heroines

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