This week on the bookish internet

  • Sophie Gilbert discusses feminist dystopias. Even though it’s heavy reading, it serves as a good guide to which novels to read and which can be skipped. (The Atlantic)
  • I can completely relate to Erin Mayers passion for checking out bookshelves everywhere she goes, but I admire her ability to pick up the books she finds regardless of what else is going on. (LitHub)
  • Gita Jackson explores the long, uncomfortable coda of J.K. Rowling’s expansion and “revisions” to Harry Potter. (Kotaku)
  • Jennifer Benka explores the power of poetry in times of upheaval. Poetry matters! (Electric Literature)
  • Simone Jung is a rebel who does not organize her books. (Book Riot)
  • Mara Wilson reflects on the beloved character Matilda Wormwood and what she might be up to now. This article includes illustrations by Sir Quentin Blake. (Vanity Fair)

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