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From an old Australian sitcom to the new season of The Bachelorette.
My mother and I were very close, but when she died last year there was still so much I didn’t know about her.
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From Mindy Kaling's new heartwarming teen comedy to OG reality TV.
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We live-chatted our way through the Netflix show's season finale. Spoilers!
The best films out of Sundance 2020 include a feature based on a viral Twitter thread and a time-warp rom-com starring Andy Samberg.
There were a lot of books published this decade. These are the ones we’ll never forget.
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From neo-Nazis taking over a resort town in Montana to a look inside a Sikh motorcycle club, here are the most captivating stories Reader published in 2017.
Authors Manuel Gonzales, Diane Cook, Rachel Khong, and Maggie Shipstead present four visions for these strange days.
Enter this fellowship as a promising writer and become a force to be reckoned with. Apply by Dec. 4, 2017.
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This year might have been our craziest yet. Thankfully, writing helped us make sense of it.
Authors Rebecca Makkai, Alice Sola Kim, and Lindsay Hunter present their vision of what it means to be almost famous in 2016.