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CABINET // Homepage Worth Reading : The Reader’s Advisory Blog from This booklist of mostly fiction titles — for children, young adults, and adults — and a few films, all with World’s Fair settings, was developed in 2008 with help from Fiction-L list members. It’s arranged chronologically by Fair, then by date of publication. Additions and corrections welcomed. A list of many nonfiction titles related to World’s Fairs from 1851-1951 is available online at ‘International Exhibitions, Expositions Universelles and World’s Fairs, 1851-1951: A Bibliography,’ by Alexander C.T. Geppert, Jean Coffey and Tammy Lau. (Also available here in pdf.) 1876 PHILADELPHIA Exposition Adult Fiction Light From Arcturus (1935) by Mildred Walker: Novel about a bored and restless Nebraska woman who “stepped beyond sacrifice and duty, impressed herself on a larger scene, fed her spirit, and grew in dignity. What Happened to Emily Goode After the Great Exhibition ( 1978 ) by Raylyn Moore: Time displacement fantasy set at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. 188 pp. Film Fiction

The The Los Angeles Review of Books Theory, Culture & Society Library Journal Asylum Directory of Online Literary Journals | Review 31 A resource for readers and writers alike, the Review 31 Directory is a listing of English-language online literary journals. This listing also includes some print journals that offer significant online content. Founded: 2000, Paris Reviews, essays, interviews, fiction. Edited by Andrew Gallix Adirondack Review Founded: 2000, New York Fiction, poetry, essays, interviews. Asymptote Founded: 2011, Taipei International fiction, poetry, essays (in English translation). Berlin Review of Books Founded: 2009, Berlin Reviews, essays. Biblioklept Founded: 2006, Jacksonville Reviews, interviews. Bookforum Founded: 1994, New York Reviews, essays, interviews. Bookslut Founded: 2002, Chicago Reviews, features, commentary, interviews. Boston Review Founded: 1975, Boston Reviews, essays. California Literary Review Reviews. Reviews, essays.

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