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True Originality: A Woolf & Wharton Quote Mashup

A simultaneous celebration for two Aquarius sisters (and literary rivals) who probably wouldn't have partied together if they could help it.


Frozen Silence: 10 Quotes About Extreme Cold

Oh, the weather outside is frightful -- enjoy as the following authors describe it in agonizing detail.


Writers Are Self-Loathing: 50 Writers on Writers, in Fiction

Author Ben Blatt attests that writers are self-loathing, and has the data to prove it. Here are 50 writers on writers, from Stephen King to Edith Wharton.


Fahrenheit Zero: 7 of the Best Novels Set in the Depths of Winter

Defrost your reading glasses, feed the fire, and crack open one of these eight novels that explore winter in all of its forms.


What’s Worth Remembering From Edith Wharton’s Life and Career

The fact that Edith Wharton is still written about in a smug, dismissive tone proves how far ahead of her time she was.


Video: B*tches in Bookshops Drop Beats, Name-Drop Authors

An unexpected fan of Edith Wharton, artistic interpretations of classic movies, and re-assembling Jimmy Stewart's 'Rear Window' view, all in today's roundup.