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An illustrated guide to the anxiety of not-writing made by Ingrid Rojas Contreras.

We’ve said it before, but books and booze are a great combination. Take a look at these library bars.

Buzzfeed recommends literary magazines.

The New Yorker is coming to TV with Amazon.

Lithub made a list of 10 more writers nobody reads.

Neil Gaiman gives sound writing advice on his Tumblr.

I thought this would be a fun bit of news about book clubs being good for you, but then it just turned.

The Toast shares 8 female Bildungsromane you should read if you don’t know them already.

Is the Netflix for books just not happening?

The Iranian State renews fatwa on Salman Rushdie.

Robots could learn human emotions through reading.

Pierce Brown’s Red Rising trilogy is doing so well, he’s planning on a second trilogy taking place in the same world.

Vanity Fair reviewed Playboy’s first nudity-free issue with articles by Bret Easton Ellis and Karl Ove Knausgard.


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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