Midweek Links: Literary Links from Around the Web (July 20th)

All the best literary links that are fit to, well, link

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Should Calvin & Hobbes be considered great literature? (Spoiler: Yes!)

Twitter had a lot of fun with Melania Trump’s overt plagiarism (which the Trump team finally admitted to today)

The Atlantic celebrates great American indie presses like Graywolf, Coffee House, and Tin House.

Joy Williams talks about human cruetly, how to write a short story, and her new book Ninety-Nine Stories of God

Luke B. Goebel on writing and mental health

Tor recommends recent genre-bending books (including one by Okey-Panky editor J. Robert Lennon)

You probably want to read this new SF story from Alice Sola Kim

We’ve heard about food deserts, but low-income areas are often book deserts too

Interview with horror author Stephen Graham Jones

Attn fantasy fans: a new Earthsea omnibus will contain a new story from Ursula K. Le Guin

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