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Lee Mokobe: How Can We Make Sense Of Ourselves Through Poetry?

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Mark Leibowitz

Amanda Gorman: Using Your Voice Is A Political Choice

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Reality TV Inspired This Poetic Look At People And The Things They Hoard

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A Constitutional Quirk Inspired Stacey Abrams' New Thriller, 'While Justice Sleeps'

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Suzanne Simard is a professor of forest ecology at the University of British Columbia. Her own medical journey inspired her research into, among other things, the way yew trees communicate chemically with neighboring trees for their mutual defense. Brendan George Ko/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Trees Talk To Each Other. 'Mother Tree' Ecologist Hears Lessons For People, Too

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In addition to running for Georgia governor and registering some 800,000 voters, Stacey Abrams has written eight romance novels under the nom de plume Selena Montgomery. Now, her first three novels will be reissued. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks during a Senate Finance Committee hearing in Washington on Feb. 24. Warren's latest book is called Persist. Greg Nash/AP hide caption

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Elizabeth Warren Stitches The Stories She Says 'Help Us Learn To Persist'

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'The Parted Earth' Traces The Impact Of India's Partition Across Generations

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