It’s Sunday again, which means another roundup of things I’ve loved around the web!
- Five SFF Books That Subvert Gender Roles – Tor.com: Author Amy Ewing takes a look of five books that feature non-traditional gender roles. Out of the five she selects, the only one I’ve read is Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness, which I recommend reading for a unique experience.
- A Life in the Commune with Tanja Fox – Roads & Kingdoms: This interview with Tanja Fox examines her life in a commune in Copenhagen. It’s a fascinating look at how the commune has evolved from the late 1960s and how it’s dealt with the drug trade.
- 15 Short Classics Under 250 Pages That You Can Read in a Single Weekend – Bustle: Sometimes you just want a quick book to read, and there some great choices on this list.
- Diane Keaton’s Former Lloyd Wright Home Is Back on the Market – Apartment Therapy: The shots of the interior of this house is absolutely gorgeous. A gal can dream.
- New Comic Imagines Mary Shelley Hunting the Monsters She Created – The Beat: I’m so stoked for this new comic series.
- Why You Should Surround Yourself with More Books Than You’ll Ever Have Time to Read – Fast Company: I found this article through Modern Mrs. Darcy, and it was nice to have some support for my ever-growing library of books I haven’t gotten to yet.
- How Star Trek and Sci-Fi Influenced Jeff Bezos – Wired: This short article and attached podcast is a look into Amazon-founder Jeff Bezos’ love of Star Trek and how science fiction has influenced his career.
And in case you missed it on the blog…
- A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi – A Review
- Introducing My Bookstagram!
- The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth – A Review
- The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson – A Review
- Tonoharu by Lars Martinson – A Review