This week on the bookish internet

  • Jen Sherman creates her perfect book nook at IKEA…which makes me wonder what we bookish folk might do if we had an infinite budget to make a book nook? (Book Riot)
  • Lois Becket had a job I would relish: to spend 12 days off the internet, reading a stack of books. (The Guardian)
  • Oliver Tearle writes in praise of Saki. (Interesting Literature)
  • Alison Flood reports that London’s Feminist Library has been saved! (The Guardian)
  • This poem by Dutch writer, Gerard Nolst Trenité, shows just how tricky English is. (Open Culture)
  • Would you like to hear J.R.R. Tolkien read from The Fellowship of the Ring? (Brain Pickings)
  • Cecil Court is now on my bookish bucket list. (Atlas Obscura)
  • The Guardian‘s Book Clinic is still going strong, if you need a dose of bibliotherapy.

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