Lit Hub Weekly: May 9-13, 2022

Literature

TODAY: In 1925, Virginia Woolf’s novel Mrs Dalloway is published.

Also on Lit Hub: Ada Limón on how to write a poetry collectionJennifer Weiner on the evolution of her book covers • Kateryna Volkova reflects on life as a publisher in wartime Ukraine • Why Colin Barrett lets his characters talk a little shite • Angela Garbes on the sensual side of mothering • A. J. Verdelle recalls a memorable Q&A with Toni Morrison • Emily Bingham on the racist history of a beloved American song • Dispatches from the country’s only touring Black rodeoBud Smith recommends great road trip novels • Nick Ripatrazone revisits an infamous UFO case that he’s spent his life trying to avoid • Minnie Driver on walking out of a (pervy, humiliating) audition  • Vaclav Smil investigates the psychology of hazard • Reema Patel considers the South Asian diaspora trope known as “the return of the native” • Behind the scenes of making a very important prop for National Treasure: Book of SecretsSara Kruzan, the inspiration behind Sara’s Law, tells her story • When Murdoch met Sartre  • Krithika Varagur considers Edith Wharton’s divergent Gilded Age novel, The Old MaidWhy do so many cold cases go unsolved? • Nylah Burton reviews the new adaptation of Conversations with Friends

 • Paul Craddock reveals the horrors and lore of early dentistry • John Higgins on what we mean when we call William Blake’s artwork “visionary”In praise of boredom, a gateway to creativity



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