Lit Hub Weekly: July 25-29, 2022

Literature

TODAY: In 1818, Emily Brontë, seen here in a portrait made by her brother Branwell, is born.  

Also on Lit Hub:

In search of the funniest crime novel ever written • Elisa Albert pays tribute to the great Ani DiFranco • Read a haunted house story by Virginia Woolf • Volodymyr Rafeenko on unlearning Russian, his mother tongueWasps are less bothersome (and more beautiful) than we think • The story of two lost fountain pens • Leah Franqui goes home to Puerto Rico with her father • Reading Saint Augustine’s Confessions as a quarterlife crisis • What happens when you offer grammar advice to strangers in the middle of Manhattan? • Meet Elinor Glyn, founder of the modern sex novel • How ISIS filled the power vacuum left by US forces in Iraq • Three perfect zucchini recipes from Ella Risbridger • Writing inspiration can come from anywhere, including a googly-eyed Roomba • How colonialism and patriarchy create enduring misery for Native American women • What have pollsters learned from their mistakes in the 2016 election? • When women proved that math wasn’t a “man’s job” • On Claude Simon’s classic nouveau romanThe Flanders Road • How to read to children • Samantha Hunt shares the visual inspirations behind her latest book • Lio Min explores gender and sexuality within anime • Oscar Hokeah on writing a multicultural Indigenous story • The big tent of rock and roll films • Luz Aguirre on living as an undocumented American • Inside the making of an artist’s book  



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