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Here's Why Science-Fiction Is the Closest Genre to Non-Fiction

From looking up from my phone and seeing everyone else looking down at theirs, hearing about people cloning their cats and inviting robots into their houses (yes, Alexa counts), to the staring I direct toward trendy commuters on their solowheels, living in a metropolitan setting can weird me out

Collection of Sylvia Plath's Possessions to Be Sold at Auction

A collection of Sylvia Plath's possessions is being auctioned off by her daughter, Frieda Hughes, including clothes, jewelry, furniture, books with heartfelt inscriptions from husband Ted Hughes, a heavily annotated cook book, and the Hermes typewriter on which the author wrote

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