On the Shelf
Kafka’s Mice, and Other News
December 10, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
In a match made in fun, fearless, female heaven, Harlequin and Cosmo are producing a line of e-books.
Feel like writing your own erotica?
The intersection of Fifth and Flower Streets in downtown Los Angeles is now Ray Bradbury Square.
An interactive art installation encourages participants to fill empty books.
We can add nothing to this description: “A letter from Franz Kafka in which the sick writer describes his ‘naked fear’ of mice invading his bedroom and complains about his cat soiling his slippers could be saved from disappearing into a private collection in a last-minute rescue attempt by German fans.”