A week from today, you’ll all be on spring break. Hang in there!
- For a long time, it seemed as though the internet was a hotbed for plagiarists. Now, it seems the tides have turned: this is a fascinating story about a case where internet sleuths joined together to expose plagiarism. (The Guardian)
- Have you checked out the new project over at NPR’s All Things Considered? On the monthly segment “NewsPoet,” a poet is invited to take the daily news and turn it into a poem. This month: Craig M. Teicher.
- A worthy question: is Holden Caulfield obnoxious? (Big Think)
- In the world of e-books, Apple iBooks, audiobooks, etc., do we still need publishers? (The Guardian)
- This is a lovely article reflecting on how a writer’s career can affect his relationship to writing as an art. (New York Times Review of Books)
- It blew my mind when I realized just how propagandizing the great works of Dr. Seuss really are. Though, it seems they could have been worse. (i09)
- Shakespeare and Company. Road Dahl’s Matilda. Broadway. Best news ever? (New York Times)