Around The Web: Agony Editor, Author Identity, Literary Maps and Cats!

Hello again, readers! September is upon us, which means a few things: summer is winding down; many parents, students, and teachers are starting a very unusual fall semester; we’re nearing the release of our fall titles… and the list goes on. Whatever you’re up to these days, I hope you have room for reading. This week, I’m sharing an Agony Editor letter about relationships and support, an essay about author identity, a cool literary map, and an update on some library cats. Agony Editor If you’re not reading Quill & Quire’s Agony Editor, definitely check it out. It’s an advice column for writers and there’s often relatable issues discussed. Recently, a letter writer asked if they should bring

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