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Adele Walsh from the Centre for Youth Literature raved to 3RRR about Laurie Halse Anderson’s The Impossible Knife of Memory (jump to 1hr 42mins to hear it).

Point: Why we should stop teaching novels to high school students. Counterpoint: Yes, we should still teach novels to high school students.

‘When Norton and Kramden overindulge at the Raccoon Lodge, they say, “Oh, what a head!” Only writers say, “Oh, what a chapter!”’ Adam Gopnik on the relationship between writing and alcohol.

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