Lit Hub Weekly: September 25-29, 2023


TODAY: In 1928, Elie Wiesel is born.   

Also on Lit Hub:

Ken Follett on finding inspiration in Ian Fleming • Alexander Chee welcomes back Lan Samantha Chang’s Hunger • Madeline Miller, author of Circe, and Emily Wilson, translator of The Iliaddiscuss breathing new life into ancient classics • How Bayard Rustin inspired Martin Luther King Jr.’s nonviolent activism • Jen Silverman on imagining dystopias and utopias • Molly Lynch on chaos, childcare, and civilizational collapse • Which big fall book should you read? • Hermione Lee on Mavis Gallant, “a writer for whom nothing is alien” • Ryan Britt on the first iteration of Frank Herbert’s Dune • How a single image sparked a whole novel • Douglas J. Weatherford considers Juan Rulfo’s 1955 novel, Pedro Páramo • How Nora Fussner turned a reality TV job into a novel • September’s 17 best book covers • Kim DeRose on telling and retelling stories of sexual assault • Brian Teare on turning toward Agnes Martin • What great apes tell us about being human • How Iowa City became a landmark for cinephiles • Isle McElroy on the art of the sex scene • The Literary Film & TV You Need to Stream in October • How the Cultural Revolution played society against itself • How genre can illuminate theme • Why do we love meet cutes so much?

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