Literary Linking: August 27 – 31

This week’s link topics include: the Library of Congress’ controversial new logo, literary confessions, and more!

My favorite bookish links the week of August 27 – 31

The Library of Congress Has a Splashy New Logo — and People Are Pissed
Personally, I like the fact the letters in the “LIBRARY” can be moved around to look like bookends. Where do you stand on the matter?

38 Real and Relatable Literary Confessions
Some of these are pretty extreme, like the confession of a woman who totaled the family car because she was reading and never ‘fessed up to husband!!!

Neil Gaiman and Haruki Murakami Up for Alternative Nobel Literature Prize
I’m rooting for Murakami all the way. How about you?

Do Inmates Have Access To Crime Novels?
Banned Books Week is coming soon (Sept. 23 – 29), and it’s usually the schools that get the most attention for banning books. This article, however,  sheds light on what’s being banned in the penal system.

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