On the Shelf
Challenges, and Other News
April 17, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
“At times of tragedy, the mind goes to certain favored zones; mine goes automatically to poetry.” Dan Chiasson offers the tested comforts of William Langland.
The Los Angeles Times brings us a nifty map of literary LA.
The most frequently challenged library book of 2012? Captain Underpants.
Bells, whistles, and animation: the so-called next generation of e-books.
Flann O’Brien’s “alleged role as author of an allegedly fake interview with John Stanislaus Joyce, father of James Joyce.”