Short Stack morphs into Political Bookworm

Short Stack has transformed into Political Bookworm. As you may have noticed, Short Stack has contained considerable coverage of political books in recent months. We believe strongly in the importance of book-length political writing to inform and educate the public on serious issues of the day. Political Bookworm discusses new books long before they hit the shelves. We continues to have writers contribute guest blogs. Authors of forthcoming books participate in Q & A's about their work. You will find best seller lists -- both for general books and for political books. You will be directed where to see and hear political authors on television, radio and podcasts. Please have a look and leave us your comments, or send us an email at

By Steven E. Levingston |  March 16, 2010; 4:30 PM ET
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I hope you will continue to publish a range of poems--and not just political works of poetry--in "Poet's Choice." Frankly, I come to the Books section looking for a reprieve from all of the political headlines.

Posted by: Heron | March 4, 2010 11:07 PM

How many times are you going to repeat this news???? I haven't seen any response to those of us who have written to say that we like the literary side rather than the political side -- enough politics already in DC.

Posted by: klamcd | March 17, 2010 9:29 PM

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