Lit Link Loves: Our Internet Faves 6/29/15

Once every few weeks or so we’ll feature our favorite literary links. As ever, we promise: You’ll laugh. You'll ponder. You won’t get any writing done. 


In Transition Magazine at the Hutchins Center, Boyah J. Farah reflects on his experience of racial profiling in Wayland, MA:

Boyah J. Farah Can't Breathe: The Shade of My Skin


For The New Yorker, Andrew Solomon writes on the experience of youth, and the importance of living the question: 

The Middle of Things: Advice for Young Writers


Noah Cho tells his story of redesigning a curriculum that could have been called “Intro to White, Western Literature,” while teaching in an Orange County high school: 

Why I Teach Diverse Literature 


And finally, in celebration of Friday's historic decision, Literary Hub brings you a timeline of writing focused on the queer lives of men and women: 

The Evolution of the Great Gay Novel


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