Lit Link Loves: Our Internet Faves 7/21/15

Twice a month, we feature our favorite literary links. As ever, we promise: You’ll laugh. You'll ponder. You won’t get any writing done. 

 

From The New Yorker, Bee Wilson writes on the simple joy of reading about meals of others:

Pleasures of the Literary Meal

 

NPR features Caine Prize winner Namwali Serpell on her "act of mutiny":

Caine Prize Winner: Literautre Is Not A Competetive Sport

 

Grub's founder and executive director Eve Bridburg featured on BU Today:

Writing Your Way to a Better You

 

Daniel José Older shares his thoughts on diversity in the young adult industry:

Interview with the National Book Foundation

 

From CoolMomPicks books to help teach children about prejudice: 

How to Talk to Kids about Prejudice with the Help of our 12 Favorite Books


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