5 Most Popular Posts: February 2015

  • March 10, 2015

We here at the Independent love every piece we run. There are no winners or losers. Having said that, here are February’s winners.

5 Most Popular Posts: February 2015

  1. “13 Upcoming Biographies to Watch For.” James McGrath Morris’ rundown drew more readers than any other piece last month. Huzzah for nonfiction!

  2. The Washington Writers Conference. We get the sense lots of scribes out there are excited for this annual event. (If you haven’t registered yet, click here. Early-bird rates end March 15th!)

  3. A review of The Tumbleweed Society. Dave Sterrett’s critique of author Allison J. Pugh’s eye-opening work on income equality generated hundreds of clicks. (Spoiler alert: Workers aren’t treated very well these days.)

  4. Recalling Denise Levertov: A Poet’s Life. Grace Cavalieri’s look at Dana Greene’s 2012 biography of the controversial poet brought in verse-lovers from far and wide.

  5. A review of Tesla: A Portrait with Masks. Reviewer Jessie Siegel gave a thoughtful account of Vladimir Pištalo’s masterful fictionalization of the famed scientist’s life.

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