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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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Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, humanities, literary magazine, photography, poetry, politics, Student Group, writing

Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is a general interest magazine that showcases the very best in Stanford University undergraduate art and writing. Our mission is to tap into the almost incomparably diverse talents of Stanford's undergraduate student body, by soliciting a wide array of poetry and prose, and working closely with authors to achieve a publication of superior content and design. Leland's statement – from fiction to poetry, essays to reviews – will be enduring, common, recognizable, and extraordinary.

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Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, literary, magazine, photography, poetry, politics, writing

Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is a general interest magazine that showcases the very best in Stanford University undergraduate art and writing. Our mission is to tap into the almost incomparably diverse talents of Stanford's undergraduate student body, soliciting a wide array of poetry and prose, and working closely with authors to achieve a publication of superior content and design. Leland's statement – from fiction to poetry, essays to reviews – will be enduring, common, recognizable, and extraordinary.

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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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Short Assignments Carla Baku, fiction, Mid-life, poetry, Stanford

"One woman's mid-life adventure toward higher education and maintaining a sense of humor as gravity and chronology wreak havoc."

A completely subjective treatise on becoming a Stanford undergrad at 50, and watching a multitude of dreams come true.

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