â€¢ The Guardian summer reading issue includes original fiction from Margaret Atwood, Jeanette Winterson, Hanif Kureishi, Jonathan Safran Foer, Helen Simpson, and Alice Munro.
â€¢ 175,000 books annually: too many?
â€¢ Hemingway to Fitzgerald on the good parts of a book.
â€¢ Foetry: self-proclaimed American poetry watchdog group “reads like a cross between the Drudge Report and Consumer Reports, anonymously investigating (and spreading) rumors to further the cause of transparency.”
â€¢ Thanks to a new book, you might want to consult a graphologist before applying for a job. (So my mom was wrong when she told me I should skip that part of the Nancy Drew sleuthing manual, but my 4th-grade teacher was right when she said my lousy handwriting would haunt me forever.)
â€¢ Advice books for Evangelical Christians are on the rise.
â€¢ Steinbeck heirs sue, alleging “30-year hidden conspiracy.”
â€¢ Tom Wolfe’s putting out a “shocking” new novel.