Literary Hub

Somehow, I had never, on my trawling of the Internet for literary tidbits, come across Literary Hub, or LitHub as it is known to the Y2K generation.  Since discovering it, I have spent a wonderful few moments clicking on links, and have been rewarded with a plethora of book recommendations, bookish facts, and wonderfully insightful reviews.  I thought that I would collect together a few of my favourite pieces on their website for your enjoyment.

  1. How the New York Review of Books chooses its Reissues: The Story of Stoner (here)
  2. Celebrating National Poetry Month: Ten Must-Read Poetry Collections (here)
  3. Confessions of a Reluctant Memoirist (here)
  4. How the Literary Class System is Impoverishing Literature: On the Systemic Economic Barriers to Becoming a Writer (here)
  5. Kate Atkinson on ‘Adlestrop’ (here)
  6. Five Writers on the Poems that Make Them Cry (here)
  7. Men Explain Lolita to Me (here)
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