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The Litographs Bookshelf

March 2016 Edition

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This month we’re launching six amazing new Litographs designs, which you can explore below.

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Dragonfly in Amber

Diana Gabaldon

In Book 2 of the Outlander series, history and fantasy further intertwine as Claire and Jamie reunite.

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Chasers of the Light

TYLER KNOTT GREGSON

This typewriter series of poetry illuminates the miracle in the mundane. When was the last time a haiku moved you?

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The Hardy Boys

FRANKLIN W. DIXON

In “The Tower Treasure,” the boys take on their first case: recovering the stolen loot.

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Phenomenal Woman

MAYA ANGELOU

A collection of poems celebrating women from one of the most influential poets of the 20th century.

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Naked in Death

J.D. ROBB

Lieutenant Eve Dallas is after a killer. Could her entanglement with a suspect cost her the case?

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The Lottery

SHIRLEY JACKSON

Everyone gets one slip of paper. Every slip except one is blank. Ready to pick yours?

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Harper Lee

1926 – 2016

Harper Lee will be remembered as much for her Pulitzer Prize-winning debut novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, as her reluctance to stay in the spotlight it produced. Our condolences go out to her family, friends, and fans and we hope that her example continues to inspire many future writers.

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Top 5 Literary Links

The Best in Lit This Month

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23 Exciting Books for March | LitHub

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The Dramatic Stakes of Social Interaction in Fiction — Alexander Chee on Charlotte Brontë | The Atlantic

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15 Books with More Characters Than You Can Count — An infographic that keeps track for you | Electric Literature

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Bringing Beautiful Book Covers to All 50 States | Kickstarter

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11 Science Heroines You Should Know — Just one way to celebrate Women’s History Month | Buzzfeed

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The Miracle in the Mundane

Our latest creative prompt

We’ve teamed up with viral poet Tyler Knott Gregson to encourage our collective community to be careful observers of everyday life and recognize the beauty in the commonplace. Find out how to join our 30 day challenge below.

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“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”

— Maya Angelou

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