This week on the bookish internet

  • Chris Harris offers another way to teach poetry so that kids don’t grow up hating it. (Lithub)
  • Abby Hargreaves has complicated feelings about her favorite book. (Book Riot)
  • Satire is hard. Denise Crosby reports on a recent incident in which satire collided with censorship. (Chicago Tribune)
  • Matthew H. Birkhold explores the uses and misuses of Jane Austen in court opinions. (Electric Literature)
  • One of the first things my colleague and I teach students in our advanced writing class is to mark up their texts. Nick Ripatrazone gives an eloquent explanation of the necessity of scribbling in our books. (LitHub)

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