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Arcade - A Digital Salon arts, culture, humanities, literature, politics

Arcade is a place for readers and writers interested in literature, the humanities, and the world. We aim to publish a broad range of the most exciting research in the humanities, from the accessible to the esoteric, across languages, historical periods, and generations.

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Books and Other Miscellany books, bookstores, fiction, libraries, literature, non-fiction, personal, reading

Reviews of the books I read (including fiction and non-fiction in a variety of genres), thoughts on reading, books, libraries, and bookstores, and other miscellaneous ramblings.

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christiankiefer.com art, CDs, christian kiefer, film, literature, mp3s, music, poetry, shows, teaching, writing

More or less a dumping ground for Christian Kiefer's thoughts, ideas, live show calendar, etc.

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Dan Moreau author, literature, rejection, writer, writing

Posts by a professional writer, Dan Moreau, about his rejections from magazines.

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Ed Finn humanities, literature, media, research

Ed Finn is a grad student in the Stanford English program interested in contemporary literature and new media. His academic blog covers his work in progress, events at Stanford and other items of literary interest.

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KANLOAN books, filipino americans, humanities, literature, nostalgia, philippines, places, writing

Let's see, what can I say about my blog?

I'd say it's a blog about 1) places, physical and emotional landscapes, and nostalgia; 2) books and reading and anything that catches my eye from the tons of magazines and literary journals I subscribe to (I subscribe to everything from The Economist to The New Yorker to Alimentum, a journal about food writing, to New Letters, but you really don't want to hear the whole list, do you?) and finally it's 3) about the Philippines and Filipino Americans and everything that affects them.

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My Life and Thoughts academic life, Elif Batuman, entertaining serials, important ideas, journalism, literature, n+1, New York, St. Ignatius of Loyola, the D-list, the human condition, writers, writing

Follow the career of a "D-list" member of the literati as she freelances for "The New Yorker," appears on obscure literary panels, lectures part-time at Stanford, and struggles to get paid by "n+1" magazine.

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My Life and Thoughts literature, Russia, The Possessed, Turkey, writing

Novelist, English professor, and Russian literature obsessed Elif Batuman's thoughts on writing and life.

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Oceanic Tongues asian american studies, creative writing, humanities, literature, race and ethnicity, writing

The web site and news blog for Oceanic Tongues: Stanford's Asian American Writers' Workshop

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Riordan's Desk fiction, literature, mystery, writing

In which mystery writer Mark Coggins--and his PI protagonist, August Riordan--talk about the world of writing, mystery fiction and the process of bringing a novel to market.

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Writing Athena art, culture, history, literature, parenting, politics, religion, writing

Oscillating between public commentary and personal anecdote, acute observations and obtuse peevishness, this blog is not only my antidote to writers' block but also my favorite procrastination technique. Bonus features: politics, religion, rants, lessons in grammar and composition.

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