This week on the bookish internet

  • This exhibit of miniature books is adorable and amazing all at the same time. (New York Times)
  • You can now see the entire Book of Kells online. It is gorgeous. (OpenCulture)
  • Sarah Funke Butler takes us along on a trip to the 59th New York Antiquarian Book Fair. (LitHub)
  • Do you ever wonder where the “blurb” came from? Wonder no more, thanks to the folks at Merriam-Webster‘s Words at Play.
  • Amazon’s book ranking algorithm suuuuuucks. (Wired)
  • Laura Waddel writes about classic novels of the past, like Lolita, that might not be publishable today. (The Guardian)
  • Emily Temple rounds up the best worst Amazon reviews of Wuthering Heights. (LitHub)

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