Midweek Links: Literary Links from Around the Web (September 23rd)

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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:

Black Panter, Ta-Nahisis Coates

Acclaimed journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates has a new gig: writing Marvel’s Black Panther comics

A celebration of the eternally awesome fabulist writer Italo Calvino

Freeman’s, an “illustrious new literary magazines,” is finally out with work from Haruki Murakami, Lydia Davis, and David Mitchell

Margaret Atwood annotates her new dystopian novel

Can you be too old for YA fiction? Not according to this writer

A look back at 25 years of amazing Drawn & Quarterly books

How black speculative fiction is protest work

Good news for print lovers: bookstores are increasing while ebook sales take a slide

On the other hand, NPR points out how few books the big literary titles actually sell

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