Jennifer duBois
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a partial history of lost causes

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"Lighthouse," 12 Novelists Tell Their Scariest Bite-Size Stories, Salon
"Addio del Passato," FiveChapters

Other Writing

Review of We Could Be Beautiful, New York Times
MFA Vs. CIA, Lapham's Quarterly
Review of Gabriel Urza's All That Followed, The New York Times
Influenced By: Michael Chabon, The Believer
Interview with Arts+Entertainments Author Chris Beha, Kirkus Reviews
"Books to Read When You Have No Time to Read," Read Her Like An Open Book
"Why Our Stories About Russia Are Stuck in the Past," Salon
"Best Advice," Narrative
"More Than One Story," Barnes and Noble blog
Close Quarters: Review of Communion Town by Sam Thompson, The New York Times
Writers Read Book Recommendations
BookPage Book Recommendations
The Page 69 Test: Cartwheel
"A Reliable Narrator But Not a Terribly Interesting One," The Globe and Mail
On Katherine Paterson's Jacob Have I Loved, National Book Foundation's Young People's Library
A Year in Reading, The Millions
"Words for What Can't Be Described," The Wall Street Journal
The Page 69 Test: A Partial History of Lost Causes
My Book, The Movie: A Partial History of Lost Causes
Book Notes, A Partial History of Lost Causes, LargeHearted Boy

Kepler’s Well-Read Donkey Guest Blog Posts:
Crazy Like Us and the New York State Cheerleaders
Three Wonderful Books I Nearly Missed

Powell’s Guest Blog Posts:
A Wolf at the Door: Alzheimer's and The Consolation of Absurdity
The Power of Derision: South Park, Putin, and Sneering
The Myth of Realism: Lightning, Dental Floss and Plausibility
Writing Across Gender: A Feminist Screed