Sunday Links

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 […]

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Sunday Reading

Here’s a quick round-up of interesting things I found this week. Got a link you want to share? Leave it in the comments below!   A Labyrinth in the Shape of a Book – Electric Literature: Reina Hardy takes a deep look at Maze, a puzzle book from her childhood. How to Get On Top of […]

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Sunday Links: October 14, 2018

On the Blog How to Read Great Books Without Spending Your Entire Paycheck  The Witches by Roald Dahl Chloe: Friday Favorites 10 Exciting Comic Books Being Released Today Tuesday Temptations: New Releases for the Week of October 9, 2018 5 Books to Read on Indigenous Peoples’ Day Tales from The Warming by Lorin R Robinson […]

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Sunday Links – September 30, 2018

Literature So You Want to Read American Gothic? Here’s Where to Start – Unbound Worlds Weird and Weirder: An Interview with Jeff Vandermeer – BookRiot Dystopia is Realism: The Future is Here If You Look Closely – Literary Hub 21 Best Books on Prisons, Incarceration, and the Justice System – Signature Reads A Guide to […]

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Sunday Links – September 23, 2018

Book News Author Interview: Mackenzi Lee – Libro.FM blog Also, read my review of Mackenzi Lee’s The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue Why You Need a Reading Plan – The Art of Manliness A look at famous writers’ desks and writing areas – The Paris Review Wizards, Moomins, and Pirates: The magic and mystery of […]

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Sunday Links – September 16th

Literature: Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell on why we need libraries – The Guardian 13 Reasons Why Libraries are Holding Us All Together – Read It Forward “Bitches” by Melissa Lozada-Oliva Bob Woodward’s Fear Sells more than 750,000 Copies in First Day – The Guardian BBC Short Story Prize Selects All-Female Shortlist for Fifth Time […]

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Sunday Links

“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.” ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Literature The Wind Cave – Haruki Murakami – a short story about a young boy losing his sister. It’s a great piece. September Midnight – a poem by Sara Teasdale My Grandmother Washes Her Feet in the Sink of […]

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