To Be or Not To Be

Performance by Paapa Essiedu, Tim Minchin, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dame Harriet Walter, David Tennant, Rory Kinnear, Sir Ian McKellen, Dame Judi Dench and HRH the Prince of Wales. Royal Shakespeare Company.

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“The Raven,” Read by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaimon reads Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” by candlelight, to celebrate the Worldbuilders charity passing its stretch goal of a million dollars.

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On the Math of Rejection

Jeffrey Brown speaks with Jeff Shotts, executive editor of Graywolf Press, about the rejection rate for poetry manuscripts and why there’s never been a better time for poetry.

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Why Your Life Is Not A Journey

A film by David Lindberg based on his favorite quotes from Alan Watts about how the way of looking at your life as a journey can be the most destructive way.

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I’m Sorry

Mwende “FreeQuency” Katwiwa speaks out about sexual assault at the 2016 Southern Fried Poetry Slam.

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The Girl Becomes Gasoline

by Reagan Myers

Reagan Myers, representing the University of Nebraska, performing at the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational.

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WLTRY Radio, an Introduction

Beautiful language is meant to be heard as well as read, and in fact words were vocalized eons before they were ever committed to clay or parchment. Storytelling began around a campfire.

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Hatchlings
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A prophetic collection of speculative short fiction
Stunning, harrowing, and brilliantly imagined —Emily St. John Mandel
The second book in The Broken Earth trilogy
Shatters the stillness —NPR
A combination of thriller, fantasy, and historical novel
A terrific, suspenseful tale —Kirkus
A novel of dynasty building and cultural destruction
Lovely, dark, and deep —NPR
An intense reimagining of the Trojan War
Brings new life to a classic epic —Library Journal (starred review)
A debut novel about a girl's coming of age
Powerful and vividly wrought —San Francisco Chronical
A 16-year-old girl searches for her missing mother
Hilarious, heartbreaking, and true. —NPR
A dramatic family reunion, where simmering tensions come to a head
A big, brilliant novel —Lily King
An account of the Salem witch trials
This book needs a seat belt —Kathryn Harrison
An adventure into the dark heart of America
A strange and beautiful genre-busting novel —Elizabeth McCracken
 
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