First week back from spring break: done. Was it a doozy for anyone else?
- Good news for those of you who prefer poems to ads: the Poetry in Motion movement is coming back! (Gothamist)
- This is an intriguing article by author Maura Kelly advocating for a slow books movement. (The Atlantic)
- In honor of author Flannery O’Connor‘s would-be 87th birthday, Flavorwire compiled a spectacular list of 10 wonderful short stories to read for free online, including works by O’Connor herself. (Flavorwire)
- Phenomenal poet Adrienne Rich passed away on Wednesday. To honor her legacy, the New Yorker has gathered a number of her poems originally published in the magazine in the 1950s. (The New Yorker)
- What happens when Charlie Kaufman, the writer of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Adaptation tries his hand at writing a novel? Awesomeness, that’s what. (Flavorwire)
- Here’s some productive (and inspiring!) procrastination for you: a new online archive of Nelson Mandela’s personal papers.
- Gotta love photos of books. (SeattlePi)