July 28, 2020

Welcome back to our weekly web roundup, readers! This week, I’m sharing a love letter to editors, a look at how authors make money, some thoughts on disability representation in literature, and some Magic School Bus trivia to honour the late Joanna Cole.

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July 17, 2020

Hello again, readers! Those of you who regularly follow publishing news will know that the industry is experiencing a lot of change currently. So this week, I’m sharing a few stories that explain what’s going on, including a piece from the New York Times about staff ch...

July 10, 2020

Hello once again, readers! I’ve wandered the web this week and found several stories that might be of interest to my fellow bibliophiles: a Twitter thread on the history of Penguin’s book covers, a new speculative fiction convention, a thoughtful post about disagreeing...

July 3, 2020

This week, I’m sharing a design project that re-imagines movies as old books, some tips for raising a reader, Octavia Butler’s notes to self, and some community-chosen publishing heroes.

June 26, 2020

Welcome back, readers! Things have begun to open up again, and whether you’ve ventured out or you’re still holding fast at home, there’s always room for some bookish content. This week, I’m sharing a newly signed author’s querying experience, an opinion piece on the va...

June 12, 2020

Hello again, readers! I’m back once again to share content from across the internet. There are a lot of interesting conversations happening right now, so this is only a small sampling. I’m sharing a piece on pay disparity in publishing, a call to read, a queer book lis...

May 29, 2020

Hello again, friends! This week I’ve got more bookshelf content, some thoughts on humanities as essential services, some advice for indie authors, and a look at comics on Instagram. I hope you enjoy!

Judging Bookshelves

Town & Country recently had a book curator rate cel...

May 22, 2020

Hello everyone, and welcome back! I hope you’ve had a good week and that you’ll enjoy today’s collection of bookish content from around the internet. Read on for a fun video on literary misconceptions, a look at women writers changing language, an essay on Pixar and st...

May 14, 2020

Hello, world! I’m back again, and this week I’m sharing a video on the credibility bookcase, a collaborative novel, a word challenge, and a look at one author’s book writing plan.

The Rise of the Credibility Bookcase

Authors, actors, politicians, and more have found them...

May 8, 2020

It’s time for our weekly round up of web content! This week, I’m sharing some free classic adventure books, a poetry phone number, an illustrated pandemic diary, and some tips for recording family history.

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Classic Adventures

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