Midweek Links: Literary Links from Around the Web (April 21st)

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Looking for some interesting reading to get you through the week? Here are some literary links from around the web to check out:

George Saunders has a novel coming out… finally!

Elisa Gabbert gives essential advice on surviving the rejection and anxiety of being a writer

The drama of dinner in Shakespeare

An important look at the lack of diversity in publishing

The Librarian who saved Timbuktu’s cultural treasures from al Qaeda

Kathryn Harrison says the only way to write is to not think

A look at the enduring power of the witch in fiction

How “the translator, like the interpreter of a piece of classical music, is an artist in her own right”

The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

56 female journalists that everyone should read

And then 30 poets to read for National Poetry Month

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