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22 articles related to Literature

The Most Enticing Man Smells, According to Romance Novels
The Incredible Past and Pivotal Future of the New York Public Library Picture Collection
This New Platform Makes Fiction Pulled From Real-News Headlines
Historian Ann-Sophie Barwich on Why Smell Remains the Most Mysterious Sense
Four New Must-Reads on the Climate Crisis
These Elegant, Easy-to-Customize Note Cards Add an Artful Touch to Letter Writing
The Natural World, in Book Form
This Mini Magazine Celebrates a Decade of The Gentlewoman
Jon Mooallem’s Walking Podcast: Like Receiving a Butt-Dial From a Nature-Loving Friend
Understanding the Sensations of the Skin
A New Digital Book Club Explores the Beauty and Fragility of Our Planet
What the Internet Sounds Like: A Playlist
You Won’t Want to Miss These Virtual Talks and Book Readings
Black Mountain College Is About to Come to a Screen Near You
Jazz Critic and Historian Ted Gioia’s “Subversive Songs” Playlist
What We’re Reading on the Internet Archive
Environmental Anthropologist and “Feasting Wild” Author Gina Rae La Cerva’s Media Diet
Fanny Singer’s Ode to Her Legendary Mother, Chez Panisse’s Alice Waters
Emergence Magazine Is at the Top of Our Reading List
Benjamin Critton on Modernist Homes in Popular Films
David Marchese’s New York Times Magazine Talk Column Should Be Required Reading
Editor and Publisher Kai Brach’s Inspiringly Minimalist Media Intake