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Everytime I decide to not invest in Mark Z. Danielewski’s The Familiar, the sheer beauty of it pulls me back in.


A reading list for the pope: Some great catholic literature.

The reviews of Morrisey’s book aren’t all that great so this list by The Guardian about things they learned about him makes for a nice change of pace.

Experiments in perspective. A list of books narrated in the first person that are not about the narrator.

Ta-Nehisi Coates will write a Black Panther story line for Marvel.

Some book recommendations by famous people: Lauren Groff recommends book about marriage while Salman Rushdie recommends surreal masterpieces.

Amy Schumer is writing a memoir and got paid twice as much as most comedians.

On the power of the pamphlet. I still hope they’re making a comeback.

Megan Abbot publishing news!

The Oyster is shutting down. Sad to see them go.

This story about a puzzle book that drove the people of England insane with the promise of a real treasure is very funny.

Ebooks are on the decline again. Are we ever getting a hang of the market?

These book collections will make any closet worth perusing. I’m a big fan of the new Picador Modern Classics.

This is a great list of what any independent bookshop should stock in 2015. Books aren’t on the list


Bored to Death book club is set up by two sisters who love to read and have nothing better to do than to start a book club.

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