LitLinks for Aug. 16, 2019

Here in Bidwell Hollow we learned this week that A Moveable Feast is being produced for TV. And we revisited the story of Lucien Carr, murder, and his Beat friends.

A row of books below the text, LitLinks: Book news for Aug. 10-16, 2019.

Other book and poetry news is below.

Something to spend time reading and absorbing are these 16 writers who recall important moments in African American history.

Also, I enjoyed this New York Times profile on James Daunt, the man charged with turning around Barnes & Noble.

In between sessions at the Emerging Writers Festival this weekend, I plan to read this interview with The Tiger’s Wife author Téa Obreht. If you happen to be at the Festival, grab me and say hey. I’ll be the tall light-haired guy who’s impressed by all the other writers.

Mixed Bag

Books + Hollywood

Book Lists

New Books

Poetic Linkage

Goodbye


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