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The Tourist | Tor.com

A young academic has been granted permission to travel to a mining outpost on a small planetoid far from the sun to study...

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Imagined Genres in “All My Mother’s Lovers” – Chicago Review of Books

A third of the way through Ilana Masad’s All My Mother’s Lovers, Maggie Krause, our protagonist, prepares to leave her father and...

A Duet of Literacies in “This Man and Music” – Chicago Review of Books

That there are links between music and literature is not a new or original notion. In both, one finds meaning and messages in...

Hey, I’m Teaching A Two-Hour Class Next Week – Chicago Review of Books

As you may have heard, the coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant dip in advertising for digital publications. The Chicago Review of Books...

8 Thrilling Horror Stories You Can Read Online Right Now – Chicago Review of Books

As the days blend together and our minds wander, many of us are looking for gripping reads that can hold our attention. While...

Young Climate Activists and the Language of God in “A Children’s Bible” – Chicago Review of Books

Burning Worlds is Amy Brady’s monthly column dedicated to examining how contemporary literature interrogates issues of climate change, in partnership with Yale Climate Connections. Subscribe...

“The Equivalents” Explores Feminism Through Five Creative Lives – Chicago Review of Books

Women’s fight for equality is an old song. From Susan B. Anthony to Margaret Sanger to the #MeToo era, the struggle for equal...