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August 2019: The Articles You Viewed the Most

August 2019 was a hot month, both at Bidwell Hollow headquarters in Washington, D.C. and on

A red squirrel raising its hand and the words, Most Popular Posts August 2019.

Last month marked a new chapter in Bidwell Hollow’s evolution. You may have noticed I’m publishing more blog posts.

You’re getting more poet and author interviews, more book news, reading lists, and a weekly roundup of the best book lists I’ve seen. Plus, I published a new literary history article.

You’ve been reading most of what I’ve published. But there are a few articles that you dug more than the others.

I thought it would be great to share these most-popular posts from August 2019. It can be an excellent way to catch up on anything you may have missed.

Below are the most-viewed articles for August 2019.

Most-Viewed Articles August 2019

  1. Poet interview with Aisha Sharif: Sharif is a poet and African American Muslim woman. In this interview, she discusses her debut poetry collection and more.
  2. First edition Harry Potter book nets a lot at auction: A first edition Harry Potter book sold for £28,500 at auction. The book’s anonymous owner sold it to pay for a new bathroom.
  3. Author interview with Stacy Padula: Padula is the young adult fiction author of seven books. In this interview, Padula talks about her work, her faith, and more.
  4. How Jane Johnston Schoolcraft inspired Longfellow’s Hiawatha: For over 150 years, the wrong person was credited with inspiring Longfellow’s Hiawatha. Learn the true identity of the writer who gave rise to Hiawatha.
  5. Toni Morrison’s legacy: Morrison passed away on Aug. 5, 2019. The Nobel Prize-winning author leaves behind an incomparable legacy.

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