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Craig Alexander Newmark is an American Internet entrepreneur and philanthropist best known for being the founder of the website Craigslist.
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The City We Became
A Novel (The Great Cities Trilogy (1))
by N. K. Jemisin (Mar 24, 2020)
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Five New Yorkers must come together in order to defend their city from an ancient evil in the first book of a stunning new series by Hugo award-winning and NYT bestselling author N. K. Jemisin.Every great city has a soul. Some are as ancient as myths, and others are as new and destructive as children. New York City? She's got six.But every city als...
Craig Newmark
Jun 26, 2020
Have read and highly recommend the first two via @nkjemisin @tithenai @maxgladstone, gotta check out the third...     source
Book of Longing
by Leonard Cohen (May 29, 2007)
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Categories: PoetryFiction
Leonard Cohen wrote the poems in Book of Longing—his first book of poetry in more than twenty years—during his five-year stay at a Zen monastery on Southern California's Mount Baldy, and in Los Angeles, Montreal, and Mumbai. This dazzling collection is enhanced by the author's playful and provocative drawings, which interact in exciting, unexpected...
Craig Newmark
His work brings me closer to sensing the divine, and apparently that’s also true for millions across the globe.     source
This Is How You Lose the Time War
by Amal El-Mohtar (Mar 17, 2020)
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Two time-traveling agents from warring futures, working their way through the past, begin to exchange letters—and fall in love in this thrilling and romantic book from award-winning authors Amal-El Mohtar and Max Gladstone.Among the ashes of a dying world, an agent of the Commandant finds a letter. It reads: Burn before reading. Thus begins an unli...
Craig Newmark
Jun 26, 2020
Have read and highly recommend the first two via @nkjemisin @tithenai @maxgladstone, gotta check out the third...     source
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