Book Empire Book Empire Vol. 162 April 23, 2017 All the book news you need to know on a need-to-know basis. On Lithub they ranked fictional drugs. Electric Literature hosted a conversation between Sarah Gerard and Lidia Yuknavitch. Why every writer should coach little league. Jessica Crispin wants us to read beyond our literary bubble. Max Winter on his debut Exes. Authors and their feline friends. They’re making a new Fahrenheit 451 movie. Why was 19th-century literature obsessed with the arctic? Get your weird on with Kelly Link and Octavia Butler. The importance of Afrofuturism. Read an excerpt from Sofia Samautar’s short story collection. There’s a Murakami playlist with all of his 3.500 records. Read some of these depressing #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear Tweets YA from early 2000’s you’ve forgotten about. This app turns text messages into short stories. Sci-fi about climate change’s worst case scenarios. #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHearAfrofuturismapparcticBook newscatsclimate changeFahrenheit 451fictional drugsHaruki MurakamiKelly LinkLidia Yuknavitchliterary bubblelittle leagueMax WinterOctavia ButlerSarah GerardSofia SamautarYA 0 Author Bored to Death book club 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. Related Posts Book Empire Vol. 167 May 28, 2017 I’ve Read WE, Now What? May 23, 2017 Book Empire Vol. 166 May 21, 2017 Comments are closed.