This fortnight on the bookish internet

This week on the bookish internet

This week on the bookish internet

Last week on the bookish internet

This week on the bookish internet

This week on the bookish internet

This fortnight on the bookish internet

This fortnight on the bookish internet

This week on the bookish internet

This week on the bookish internet

  • Taylor Lorenz explains algospeak, or online writing designed to get around censoring algorithms. (Washington Post)
  • Molly Templeton reflects on a curious phenomenon that I think all of us readers have sometimes experienced: when you love a story or book no one else seems to have heard of. (Tor)
  • I think I would remember a lot more of the languages I’ve tried to study if they were more like Grant Ginder’s French teacher, Marine. (LitHub)
  • Tom Clayton recounts the amazing thing the citizens of Milton Keyne did to save their library. (Melville House)
  • Clive Thompson writes in praise of the em dash. (Creators Hub)
  • This week’s censorship news, courtesy of Book Riot)