Muliebrous Omnibus: Renaming Chick Lit

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Sunday, October 6th, 2013 | 2,182 views

A little less than twenty years ago, the “chick lit” genre was launched, arguably, with Helen Fielding’s 1996 Bridget Jones’s Diary. Next week, Fielding releases the third book in the Bridge Jones franchise, Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy. Looking back, its easy to claim that Bridget Jones was a phenomenon: the book spawned a […]

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Rigoberto González Reads Autobiography of My Hungers

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Friday, October 4th, 2013 | 1,637 views

Rigoberto González reads from his new book Autobiography of My Hungers

The New York Foundation of the Arts hosted Rigoberto González at the 86th Street Barnes and Noble in promotion of his new book, Autobiography of My Hungers. González is a poet, essayist, fiction author, young adult fiction author, book reviewer and professor at Rutgers University. Autobiography of My Hungers is a series of flash prose memoir vignettes that delve into personal moments from González’s life.

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Lore Segal Reads Housing Works with James Marcus

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Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 | 1,490 views

Lore Segal, author of Half the Kingdom, by Melville House, reads at Housing Works boosktore with Harper's editor James Marcus

The eighty-five year old Lore Segal launched her new novel, Half the Kingdom with a reading at Housing Works. She was joined by her publisher, Valerie Merians of Melville House, and Harper’s Magazine editor James Marcus lead Segal in conversation.

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