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  • Deborah Landau has put urgency into the often low-key advent of a second book -- these beautiful harrowing poems are new-minted and young, but also age-old, broken and wise.

    Carol Muske-Dukes: Scattershot Poetry Reviews -- Three Books

  • Seems like it takes a long time to get there, but suddenly it blazes in his face—the miracle radiance of a new-minted name.

    Novel Excerpt - Full Chapter of Jimmy!

  • Deborah Landau has put urgency into the often low-key advent of a second book -- these beautiful harrowing poems are new-minted and young, but also age-old, broken and wise.

    Carol Muske-Dukes: Scattershot Poetry Reviews -- Three Books

  • My recent-college-graduate son recently called around to check up on how some of his high school friends are faring in the brave new job market, now that they too are new-minted college graduates.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Two Views of Credit Default Swaps

  • Deborah Landau has put urgency into the often low-key advent of a second book -- these beautiful harrowing poems are new-minted and young, but also age-old, broken and wise.

    Carol Muske-Dukes: Scattershot Poetry Reviews -- Three Books

  • He was certain, though, that his new-minted optimism and willingness to sit down and talk to the suits as if he respected them had overcome whatever unfair obstacles had slowed his deserved momentum.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • My recent-college-graduate son recently called around to check up on how some of his high school friends are faring in the brave new job market, now that they too are new-minted college graduates.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Two Views of Credit Default Swaps

  • He was certain, though, that his new-minted optimism and willingness to sit down and talk to the suits as if he respected them had overcome whatever unfair obstacles had slowed his deserved momentum.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • A southerner, from Kentucky, Hardwick had set out, though, when she came to New York in 1939, to write fiction, from a somewhat liberated woman's view (her first act on getting off the Greyhound bus in Times Square was to buy a new-minted American edition of Finnegans Wake).

    The New York Stories of Elizabeth Hardwick

  • The first dates in an international tour that will be joined in the new year by a revival of The Comedy Of Errors, this is a chance to get a glimpse of a genuinely impressive ensemble of actors who can make Shakespeare seem new-minted.

    This week's new theatre

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