Our Internet Faves 10/5/15
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.
The Huffington Post gives Margaret Atwood's newest dystopian novel, The Heart Goes Last, a rave review:
Author D. Watkins sits down with NPR to discuss his memoir, The Beast Side, which tells a firsthand account of growing up in East Baltimore during the crack epidemic.
Leslie Pietrzyk analyzes how authors, including herself, blend truth and imagination in fiction in this LitHub article:
Subway Book Review is like a literary version of "Humans of New York." The website features book recommendations from strangers on the New York subway:
Robert Frost's The Road Less Taken is the most misinterpreted poem and The Paris Review explains why:
Junot Diaz discusses reading, writing, race in an interview with Carolyn Kellogg of the LA Times: