September Lit News Round-up

by Jeanene Harlick | October 1, 2014 1:05 am

While I’ve been running a little behind – hopefully this installment is worth it: this round-up is particularly packed with loads of fascinating, thought-provoking, and genre-bending news – including all the latest literary award nominations, a collection of in-depth articles on the legacy of F.S. Fitzgerald, the most interesting newly-released books, an eloquent and consoling piece on the process of writing for those who haven’t yet succeeded at being published, funny tweets by the literati, and more. There’s been a lot of interesting stuff going on in BookWorld the past two weeks. Enjoy! 

it’s red carpet season in Bibliowood

Over the past two weeks a slew of long and short lists for some of the most coveted literary awards have been announced, including:

NEW BOOKS 

LITERARY FEASTS

My beloved F. Scott Fitzgerald turned 118 last Wednesday and there have been a plethora of interesting stories and tidbits published on his work and life this past month. Here are just a few:

Other lovely literary articles I ran across the past couple weeks include: 

MISCELLANY

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