- In honor of Women’s Week here at Harvard: it’s the fiftieth anniversary of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique,and over at the New Yorker they’re asking, what’s changed?
- To assist budding writers in planning out their budgets, Publishers Weekly does some math. How many copies does it take to become an Amazon bestseller? (Answer: not too many.)
- The unwanted, tattered library copies make their big debut: The Paris Review’s Michele Filgate explores “The Library of Unborrowed Books.”
- And finally, flash fiction from the busy, for the busy, courtesy of Tin House.
Posted by Victoria Baena ’14