Lit Hub Weekly: January 23-27, 2023

Literature

TODAY: In 1873, Colette is born.

Also on Lit Hub:

Sahar Delijani on watching from a distance as women fight for freedom in Iran • Revisiting the brilliance and influence of Katherine Mansfield • Jamila Minnicks on writing fiction about Black triumph • Alan Mikhail on gaining permission to narrate Egypt’s past • Peggy Orenstein delves into the endangered, male-dominated vocation of sheep-shearing • Inside the picture perfect—and highly lucrative—world of book styling • The case for Gothic nonsense in children’s literature • Introducing a new indie press, Great Place Books • How a group of Black activists inspired change in segregated Mississippi • Kathryn Ma on growing up a librarian’s daughter • How Thoreau reckoned with the loss of his brother • The problem at the heart of women’s sports culture • Sheila Liming on the uncanniness of hanging out on reality TV



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