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Elizabeth Hand’s most recent book is Curious Toys.
Celebrated novelists John Crowley and Elizabeth Hand discuss Hand’s new novel and the ways that historical fiction can and cannot answer our questions about the past.
John Crowley, Elizabeth Hand
Comic books can document the horrors of war better than photos.
American Mirror, the new biography of Norman Rockwell.
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