This week on the bookish internet

  • Aminatta Forna discusses the decision authors make to write either non-fiction or fiction. (LitHub)
  • Cecilia Lyra and Katherine Marciniak write in praise of authors’ acknowledgements. (Book Riot)
  • Benjamin Samuel shares some special yoga poses for writers. (Electric Literature)
  • Erin Blakemore writes about the role American librarians played during the Cold War. (Daily JSTOR)
  • Faleena Hopkins has lost her suit to trademark the word “cocky.” (Moby Lives)
  • Don’t have time to read the classics? John Atkinson has summarized them in two panel cartoons for you. (LitHub)
  • I love literature, but I doubt that I will ever love an author’s work enough to shell out thousands for these kinds of relics. (Electric Literature)

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