Book Banter 35: “The Future of Shakespeare”


My writing desk inside Firefox.

— Sick of all the Gatsby links yet? No? OK, then. This is about reading Gatsby in Beijing.

A book about ethical fashion, in light of that horrible factory collapse in Bangladesh.

A cartoon depicting the day-jobs of poets.

— Are your haikus out of this world? Then have NASA send it to Mars!

— A review of Jill McCorkle’s first novel in seventeen years.

Don’t try to make a lesson out of everything you read.

— A pretty cool makeover of Shakespeare. (Thanks to Suzanne, for the tip.)

— Putting The World’s Strongest Librarian on my to-read list.

— Science fiction takes off.

— Who invented writing?

— Don’t forget…Tomorrow is free comic book day!

— Audrey Niffenegger’s new novel is an adult fairy tale.

Family bonding at the local library.

— Poet Collin Kelley launches his new collection (which I LOVED) in Atlanta next week.

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