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This weekend feels full to the brim. I hope you have something to look forward to, and that you find restoration and rejuvenation over these short days. To those celebrating Easter, Passover, and Ramadan: may your observance be meaningful and life-giving.

Mark your calendars!

We just announced key dates for this year’s Summer Reading Guide! We’re deep in planning and I couldn’t be more excited. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 guide.

My favorite finds from around the web:

  • AudioFile Presents: Inside Pride and Prejudice. An event with Jane Austen’s fifth great-niece that explores the author’s legacy and what it’s like to be the last Austen descendant to live in the house where she wrote, and goes behind-the-scenes on the Pride and Prejudice audiobook.
  • The Grief Artist. “In art and grief there are days you’re not proud of, days the emotions turn ugly, days the images don’t turn out the way you want. But that’s the human in us, and it belongs in the process.”

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Upcoming Events:

  • April 28: Let’s Talk Poetry with Amena Brown: Whether you’re a seasoned lover or poetry, or approaching the form for the first time, we’ll explore poetry together in Modern Mrs Darcy Book Club with special guest Amena Brown—poet, author, and comedic storyteller—sharing inspiration without the intimidation.

You can find more upcoming events here.

Have a great weekend!

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