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Between Classes: 6 Novels About Young Women in College

With the release of Elif Batuman’s The Idiot, we're taking a look at novels that explore the experiences of young women in college.


Ask a Writer: When Is It OK to Bend History to Your Novel’s Needs?

We asked author Susan Meissner: When is it okay to bend history for the sake of story? Here’s where she took us with her answer.


All Grown Up: Jami Attenberg on Adulthood, Choices, and Writing

New York Times bestselling author Jami Attenberg joins Signature to discuss her writing process, adulthood, and new novel, All Grown Up,


Still Writing at 90: The Joy of Writing and Reading One’s Whole Life

John Freely was born in Brooklyn in 1926 and is the author of more than sixty books, including his latest memoir The House of Memory.


The 5 Best David Shields Books to Interrogate the World

In his desire to capture the essence of culture as we live it now, David Shields sees no point conforming to literary genre, as shown in these great books.


Thoreau’s ‘Walden’ Makes For an Unlikely, Impressive Video Game

Walden makes its video game debut, the dawn of a new era in science fiction, and more. We've got a ton to talk about in our Daily Blunt.