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Here are the top ten articles for the Literary Fiction Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. October Author Birthdays
Is your birthday in October? Scroll down list to find out who shares your birth date.

2. Kate Braverman - Author Interview
She likes it HOT. She can take eight hours of August Tucson sun and still want more. Me, Iīd be a stain on the cement within thirty minutes. Born in Philadelphia, raised in Los Angeles, Kate Braverman is

3. November Author Birthdays
Is your birthday in November? Scroll down list to find out who shares your birth date.

4. M. J. Hyland - Author Interview
Even though her first short story was published when she was seventeen Maria Hyland didnīt follow the writing bug until after she went through the trouble of becoming a lawyer. Recently recognized on the Man Booker Prize for Fiction shortlist

5. Kathy Page - Author Interview
Nestled on the west coast of British Columbia in Salt Spring Island lives writer, Kathy Page with her family. Page has been writing professionally for twenty years. She also teaches writing one day a week, does the occasional workshop

6. Joanna Scott - Author Interview
Joanna is married, has two lovely daughters, works as an English Professor in upstate New York and has managed to have nine publishable books served up to the public. And some horse back jumping thrown in for fun.

7. Yellow Woman in Silko's Storyteller
The role of mythological figure Yellow Woman in two stories from Leslie Marmon Silko's book Storyteller

8. Literary Festivals
Literary festivals are like any other festivals really. It’s a group of people who get together to celebrate similar interests. Instead of food or dance or heritage, itīs books. There can be anywhere from a couple hundred people to thousands

9. Philosophy and Literary Fiction
Literary fiction has always been laced with moral philosophy. The intent of the authors is to leave readers thinking long after the final paged has been turned or in some cases teach the reader the authorīs philosophical ideal.

10. National Book Award Reading List
If you havenīt spent much time following book awards they are an excellent source for great reading lists. Here is a listing of books from The National Book Award beginning in 1950 to present. Follow along in order or



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