This week on the bookish internet

  • Sarah Fawn Montgomery makes a compelling argument for why it’s so important to teach the literature of “mad” women. Even without the gutting events of this week’s political circus, this excerpt from Montgomery’s memoir will make you want to punch a privileged white male. (LitHub)
  • Michelle Anne Schingler has created her own canon and has no fear about leaving out some traditional classics. (Book Riot)
  • Oscar Wilde had quite nice handwriting. (New York Times)
  • Ron Charles asks if we still need Banned Books Week. We do. (Washington Post)
  • Lydia has had enough of hot head heroines. (The Literary Lollipop)
  • Life is short. Thankfully, Tirzah Price has tips for DNFing books. (Book Riot)

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