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Margaret Atwood’s modern-day take on Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” follows a Canadian theater director, driven mad over his daughter’s death, who is fired and exiled from the world of theater. Using only his artistic genius and a crew of local prisoners, he devises a brilliant new production of “The Tempest.”

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Cli-Fi Is All the Rage

Stuck for some new-year reading material? How about a thriller on a world in climate-driven turmoil?

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The concluding volume in Margaret Atwood’s “dystopian trilogy”—a vision of global disaster in the not too distant future—is a brilliant piece of social science fiction.

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How to Write Fiction, by Actual Fiction Writers

Hey, aspiring fiction writers: Watch your adverbs closely and lay off the exclamation points! Those are just two how-to tips (or maybe how-not-to tips) from crime writer Elmore Leonard’s “10 Rules of Writing,” which, as the title suggests, offers handy guidelines for would-be authors.

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