Saturday, May 12, 2018

The Roundup with PW

#MeToo In Book World Isn't New: The #MeToo movement hit literature hard this week. It’s not the first time—and the allegations against Junot Díaz are just the tip of the iceberg.

2017 Shirley Jackson Awards Nominees: Dan Chaon, Victor LaValle, Carmen Maria Machado, Samantha Hunt, and more have been shortlisted for the awards.

Should We Still Read Mailer?: Is there any good reason left to read Norman Mailer, whose work, writes Chris Barsanti, is "part premature wisdom and part gasbag"?

Pregnant With Prose: How pregnancy taught an author to say no to everything and write novels instead by forcing her to cut herself a break.

The World's Most Popular Libraries: From the New York Public Library to the National Library of Russia in St. Petersburg, ranking the world's biggest libraries by their visitors.

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