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Hezra Martinez

Hezra Martinez is from NYC, born and bred. As far as her memory serves her she's been reading. Just like the city that never sleeps, she considers herself a night owl spending the early hours of the day writing either poetry or prose. Here are some of her all-time favorite books: The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri, andThe House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. 

Graham Greene Paints a Vivid Portrait of The Quiet American

A timeless exploration of love and politics set in turbulent 1950s Vietnam.

The Early, Unfinished Work of T.S. Eliot 

A look at The Waste Land author’s initial drafts and unpublished poetry. 

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Russell Baker Dies at 93

The journalist will be forever remembered through his award-winning biography, Growing Up. 

Death Wish Author Brian Garfield Has Passed Away

We remember the prolific and versatile Edgar Award winner, who died on December 29, 2018.

Everyone’s Looking for Cate Blanchett in Where’d You Go, Bernadette

Watch the trailer for the adaptation of Maria Semple’s delightful novel about a missing mother and the daughter who vows to find her.

Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night is Coming to Hulu

The iconic author's fourth (and favorite) novel is getting a limited series adaptation.

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