Some Literary News Links :: July 2015
Molly Lynch give us 10 books to entertain, inspire and encourage young feminists – agree? disagree?
150 Years of Wonderland is on exhibit at The Morgan Library & Museum, with an online exhibition available for mouse click travelers.
Follow that up with Anarchy in Wonderland: Vivienne Westwood’s anti-capitalist take on Alice’s Adventures on NewStatesman.
Washington Post’s Valerie Strauss examines Common Core and Martin Luther King Jr.: Is this any way to teach his famous letter from jail?
What do Americans look like in Arabic literature? Columnist Marcia Lynx Qualey @arablit explores Portraits of Americans in Arabic literature.
I could have used a couple of these when I first began smartphone reading: 5 Tips for Reading Serious Literature on Smartphones.
And Dartmouth College is running a contest to see what artificial intelligence can create the most human-like writing and music entries.