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Ryder Cup 2018: Guardian writers select their standout moments

Francesco Molinari was the standout performer while Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood and Ian Poulter were among those who also had a tournament to rememberPlayer...

‘A total blast’: our writers pick their favorite summer blockbusters ever

As the season heats up on the big screen, Guardian writers look back on their picks from the past with killer sharks, mournful crime-fighters...

Stanley Cup playoffs roundtable: our writers forecast the postseason

The puck drops Wednesday as 16 teams kick off their quest for the Cup. Our writers predicts the winner, key players and dark horsesMost...

‘Avengers: Endgame’ writers reveal the meaning of Tony Stark’s ‘3,000’ line

BTW Warning: This article contains spoilers forAvengers: Endgame. The Marvel movies are drenched in Easter eggs, callbacks, and tiny hints toward future movies....

Junot Daz and the women writers of color we should have...

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‘Game of Thrones’ writers reveal why Ghost didn’t get the pats...

BTW Ghost is, without question, the goodest boy on HBO’s Game of Thrones.When Jon Snow sent him north on Sundaywithout so much as...

TV’s writers’ rooms have a mother of a problem

(CNN)This is part one of a two-part series. You can read part two here. It was April, she was spending 10 to 12...

Out from the margins: meet the New Daughters of Africa writers

More than 25 years after her groundbreaking Daughters of Africa anthology, Margaret Busby reflects on the next generation of black women writers around the...

Somaliland poet jailed for three years in crackdown on writers

Naima Abwaan Qorane sentenced for anti-national activity in former British protectorateA poet has been sentenced to three years in prison in Somaliland as part...

Would that all journeys were on foot: writers on the joy...

Will Self on London, Fran Lebowitz on New York, Helen Garner on Melbourne and other writers love letters to urban pedestrianismFor Walking the City...

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