Sunday Sundries: Literary Links from Around the Web (March 29th)
Looking for some Sunday reading? Here are some literary links from around the web that you might have missed:
Gizmodo looks at the pleasures of a teeny tiny book
Authors unite against the CleanReader censorship app
New Yorker wonders if you are a Knausgaardian or a Ferrante fanatic?
A look at This Is Not That Dawn, “India’s forgotten feminist epic”
Laura Miller explains why she is avoiding the new season of Game of Thrones even though she doesn’t care about spoilers
Should newspapers become a luxury good?
The librarian who kept the Ferguson library open during the protests and clampdown just won an award
There are only two rounds left in the Tournament of Books
Slate explains why it took so long for The Great Gatsby to be considered a classic