This week on the bookish internet

  • Kelsey Kennedy writes about a stunning 9,000 item collection of pop-up books. (Atlas Obscura)
  • Cher Tan reflects on how reading has shaped her life and psyche and vice versa. I can’t get enough of readers talking about how reading made them who they are. (The Catapult)
    • Pair this essay with Michael Sullivan’s delightful recounting of his reading life, which is entwined with his wife’s. (LitHub)
  • Canadian justices and lawyers put Lord and Lady Macbeth on trial during the Stratford Festival. (CBC Radio)
  • Samantha Haskell came up with a novel (heh) idea to help save the bookstore she’d inherited: community supported bookselling. (The New Yorker)
  • Caveat lector! David Gaughran explains Amazon’s fake book problem. (Let’s Get Digital)
  • Ian Dreiblatt has some hilariously surreal recipes for eating the great works of literature. (Moby Lives)

 

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