On the Shelf
Pulitzers, Saints, and Camera Obscura!
April 17, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Pulitzer winners are announced.
For the first time since 1977, fiction is snubbed.
HuffPo wins its first in its seven-year history.
Speaking of winners, Matilda sweeps the Oliviers.
Picador’s list of Lit Deep Cuts is actually a pretty good workday sound track!
The British Library has acquired St. Cuthbert’s Gospel, the oldest known complete European book, discovered more than nine hundred years ago in a saint’s coffin.
Seventy-seven years of (amazing) Romanian comics.
Rupert Murdoch versus Harry Evans: The Movie.
Today’s question: Wharton or Girls?