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In honor of the end of Parks & Recreation, Bustle created this amazing list of books Leslie Knope would read.
Some boozy book news. Book Riot pares books with beers and Paste wrote a drinker’s guide to Hunter S. Thompson’s work.
It’s been a while since we had a nice Flavorwire list, but this week they created a list of 20 female Harlem Renaissance writers you should know.
William Faulkner liked a drink or two or three. He liked drinking so much that the state department made guidelines on how to handle him during foreign trips. The guidelines are kind of amazing.
Last week an article by K.T. Bradford stirred up some trouble. She challenged her readers to read books written by non-cis male authors. The article got somewhat extreme responses, so instead we share this thoughtful piece by Dallas Taylor about only reading female authors.