Midweek Links: Literary Links from Around the Web (August 5th)

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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:

This will probably be baaaaahhhd, but someone is putting on a production of King Lear with sheep

A long lost F. Scott Fitzgerald short story has been found and published

Can writers write about ethnicities other than their own?

Ta-Nehisi Coates writes about 10 books he couldn’t live without

Jeff VanderMeer argues that Brazil’s Clarice Lispector is as much a genius as Vladimir Nabokov

Horror is still struggling under the dark shadow of H.P. Lovecraft

How women writers struggle for shelf space

Ten books you should stop pretending you’v read and actually finish!

How literary sexy talk has changed over the decades

Does the publishing world require too much socializing? One “introvert” writer thinks so

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