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This Book Is the Most Honest and Eloquent Expression of What Illness Is Like I’ve Ever Read
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The Birth, Death, and Long Afterlife of Edward Gorey’s Gashlycrumb Tinies
Why Did Wesley Yang Call His Book The Souls of Yellow Folk When He’s Unwilling to Look at So Many of Us?
How Julie Doucet Taught Me to Make Art out of My Life
Jack the Ripper, Now With Extra Red
The Witch Elm Suggests There’s Nothing That Tana French Can’t Do
The Birth of the Myers-Briggs and the Unscientific Weirdness of Personality Testing
A Spy Thriller About the Menial Office Workers Behind WWII Espionage
Uncle Gunnar Really, Really Didn’t Like Karl Ove Knausgaard’s My Struggle
Barthes, NME, Depression, and the Consolation of Reading
Celebrating the Queer Black Radical Who Wrote A Raisin in the Sun
A Calm, Knowledgeable Book on the Heated Subject of Identity and Why It Matters
Read Knausgaard From First Word to Last and He Will Change You