This week on the bookish internet

  • Kleopatra Olympiou has advice for anyone attempting NaNoWriMo this year. (Litreactor)
  • Jessica Pishko reports that members of Moms for Liberty—a pro-censorship organization—are now calling for librarians to be arrested. (Slate)
  • Meanwhile, Sarah Shoemaker writes in praise of reference librarians. (LitHub)
  • Mara Franzen explains hopepunk. (Book Riot)
  • Josh Jones reveals that Fyodor Dostoevsky was a doodler. (OpenCulture)
  • Daniel Victor takes a look at Dobby’s grave in Wales, which has apparently gotten out of control. (New York Times)
  • Isabelle Popp dives into the fascinating (to me, at least) world of “forgotbusters,” books that were huge at the time but have completely dropped of the bookish radar. (Book Riot)
  • On the other hand, Jeremy Dauber reminds us that Dracula continues to resonate. (The Atlantic)
  • …and this week’s dose of censorship news, courtesy of Book Riot.

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