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February 5, 2015 The New York Times bestselling author of The Interestings and Belzhar explains writing for teens and her failed attempt at journaling, plus emerges from an anagram challenge delightfully unscathed.
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March 27, 2014 Also: Meg Wolitzer on the origins of her inspiration; journalist and author Jonathan Schell has died.
Meg Wolitzer's novel Belzhar is scheduled for release on Sept. 30.
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March 20, 2014 Also: A Q&A with Wolitzer; author behind the @GSElevator account gets a new book deal; Matt Seidel mocks the writerly trope of beginning essays with "There are two kinds of novelists ..."
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April 10, 2013 Also: David Axelrod is writing a memoir; a Kindle creator has choice words for Amazon; Matthew Specktor on the purpose of literature.
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