Reading Habits: Erin Belieu

The poet and Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist on reading “The Brothers Karamozov” in one night, her love of “Middlemarch,” and how she can’t seem to return a library book.

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Tod Marshall

If the Washington State Poet Laureate is ever banished to a desert island, you’ll find him re-enacting Whitman poems in the surf.

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Julie Ziegler

Humanities Washington’s executive director on who, what, when, and how she reads—and how the “Little House” books helped her be a better parent.

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Samuel Ligon

The author of “Drift and Swerve” on who, what, when, and where he reads, and how the iTunes terms and conditions is part of an under-appreciated genre.

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Charles Johnson

The award-winning author of Middle Passage talks about the author he’d take to a desert island, the book everyone should read, and much more.

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Sharma Shields

Sharma Shields wants to take the works of James Joyce to a desert island, marry Helen Phillips’s “The Beautiful Bureaucrat,” and be calmed by HGTV Magazine.

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