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Dorothy Parker Lives On June 20, 2017: The witty poetry, prose, and fiction writer Dorothy Parker died 50 years ago this month, the Guardian’s John Dugdale explains. In a recent article, Dugdale outlines Parker’s importance [...] by

New Yorker to Send Daily Poems for Ninety-Two Day/Nights March 6, 2017: To celebrate ninety-two years of printing and publishing the good word, The New Yorker is launching a bot that will send subscribers a daily poem for the next ninety-two days. The magazine’s [...] by

You’re Not The Only One: Sherman Alexie Tells NYT He Would Like to go on a First Date with Dorothy Parker, ‘Get Verbally Eviscerated’ November 8, 2013: Thanks, NYT, for getting the scoop on one of our favorite poets and fiction writers, Sherman Alexie. We love hearing what poets read, where they read, and who they have a crush on! Read on: Describe [...] by

News from Under the Table: How to Drink Like Dorothy Parker November 7, 2013: Uh, yes: a martini, please? Who’s that? Oh, Ms. Parker! So lovely to see you! …Eh, we’re a few years late. But Kevin Fitzpatrick of The Dorothy Parker Society, offers up a few [...] by

They’re Not Dead, They’re on Facebook March 12, 2013: Our friends over at HuffPo Books remind us through this neat list of “The Liveliest Dead Authors Online” that publish or perish might also be perish then publish! Ellen Meister writes [...] by