This week on the bookish internet

  • Joycita Rose Malrey Lucas is a bookish hero for asking Scholastic to send copies of a book to her classmates, who couldn’t always afford books. (Moby Lives)
  • The Atlas of Endangered Alphabets is fascinating and sad at the same time. (Open Culture)
  • Marie Myong-Ok Lee has thoughts about how autism is portrayed and used in fiction. (New York Times)
  • Reddit readers have advice for reading more. The usual advice is there, but also some new tips. (Lifehacker)
  • Emily MacGuire reminds readers that even if we’re not classically “well read,” we can be differently well read. (The Guardian)
  • Part of the joy of reading Dickens is the incredible (in both senses of the word) names in the novels. (Biblioklept)
  • Nick Rapitrazone writes in praise of line editors. (LitHub)
  • Keira Drake and Jonah Winter describe their experiences with the vicious call out culture online that led to their book cancelations or failures. (New York Times)

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