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Think you know about the origins of the titles for these famous books?
Henry Ellison: You know the books, but do you know where the authors found their names? Find out with our fiendish questions about the books behind the books
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We had manuscript conspiracies last week.  But have you heard of these literary rumors?
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What's your take on "nameless narrators?"
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We had a great time at @phxart with @FadyJoudah and @UAPoetryCenter. Here's a great article about the event. http://evpo.st/1El9ES8 
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Enjoy writing poems about nature?  Then these tips are for you!
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It has happened to us all. Learn how to defend yourself (and your precious reading time!)
Dear Literary Lady, My friend never brings a book when we travel, and I always do. It drives me nuts when we’re on a train, a plane or lounging by the pool, because I want to read but she wants to make chit chat. What can I do to read my book and hint that she should bring her own in the future?
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I've noticed a few of my friends doing this lately! Very annoying!
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Having trouble figuring out how to tackle your TBR pile? This should help!
If you're a book lover, you likely suffer from a common problem: the bedside book stack that threatens to grow so large you might well end up like Anthony Cima, the elderly San Diego gentleman who became buried in his collection of 9,000 books following an earthquake in July of 1986. When rescu
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Need to find your muse?  Try checking out these places!
Where do you find inspiration? Being a professional writer is exhausting. You’re cranking out one great article after the other, constantly chasing deadlines and grasping new ideas. You’re spending your days perched behind your tiny computer screen. It’s easy, then, to lose inspiration, motivation and to feel the occasional case of writer’s block. That’s why… Read More »
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So, recently we've been hearing about discovered manuscripts (such as Harper Lee).  What do think about these theories about that?
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The online literary magazine at Arizona State University.
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Founded in 2008 at Arizona State University, Superstition Review publishes art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry.

Named after the beautiful Superstition Mountains, we publish two issues each year in December and May.

In 14 Issues we have featured nearly 600 contributors.


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