Literary links: June 18, 2021

"Bronze Link" by Michael Coghlan is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Here's a look at some fun stuff I've been reading outside of books lately. If you've got some articles or websites to recommend, please drop them in the comments below. There's no such thing as too much of a good thing! 2021 Pulitzer Prizes:…

Outside the covers

What I've been reading lately besides books A weekly roundup of long reads you won't find between the covers of a book. 📰 Nina Martyris serves up a variety of ways that the world's most popular beverage has made its presence known in fiction in When Tea Reaches Its Boiling Point in Fiction, So Too…

Literary links

"Bronze Link" by Michael Coghlan is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 It's a hot summer holiday weekend, and for me that usually means curling up in an air-conditioned safe space with a book. Maybe you prefer to turn the pages while lounging poolside or at a cabin by the lake. Wherever you're going to be…

Battle of the book covers

U.S. versus U.K. — who ya got? Illustration created by Electric Literature Are your Mondays filled with too much thinking? Ease into your work week by gazing upon some beautiful and striking book covers. The fine folks over at Electric Literature pitted the U.S. and U.K. cover versions of some new books to see which…

Literary links

No matter what your favorite genre, there's a summer beach/vacation book waiting for you. Today's Literary Links roundup roams the web to present several lists of new books worth checking out.