In her best-selling 2015 book "H is for Hawk," Helen Macdonald wrote about training a goshawk after her father’s death. Now a new Nature special, "H is for Hawk: A New Chapter," follows Macdonald as she trains a new bird and also observes goshawk chicks in the wild. The show airs Wednesday on PBS stations around...keep reading
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Eileen Myles was Michael Ian Black's guest on a recent episode of his 'How To Be Amazing' podcast. The effortlessly cool author/poet and Michael have a candid, fascinating, emotionally raw discussion ranging from Eileen’s life growing up in a religious home in Cambridge, MA, Myles’ approach to gender (including eschewing the pronoun “she” for “they”),...keep reading
The Dayton Literary Peace Prize Foundation is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2017 Dayton Literary Peace Prize in fiction and nonfiction. "This year's finalists show us people navigating their way through a complex range of differences, whether it be nationality, race, class, or gender," said Sharon Rab, co-chair of the Dayton Literary Peace...keep reading