15 Most Anticipated Horror Novels of 2018: Critical Linking, January 9
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The present may be a shit show but there is no denying how beautiful it’s felt to be a horror fan lately. Last year, both in film and literature, we were treated to some truly wonderful works, and it looks like this trend will continue into 2018. Take a look…
Round-up of 2018’s upcoming horror novels!
Should a 30-year-old supermodel help lead a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Emily Brontë?
That question is at the crux of a row that broke out after the Brontë Society in Britain, one of the world’s oldest literary societies, anointed Lily Cole a “creative partner” for a festival about Brontë, the author of “Wuthering Heights.”
The collaboration, announced this week, spurred a Brontë biographer and society member to write a scathing blog post denouncing it as a “rank farce.”
Sexist snob is sexist, snobby: news at 11.
Despite Henry Holt’s decision yesterday to push up the release date of Fire and Fury to today, independent booksellers are hopeful that they will have enough stock on hand to meet quickly increasing demand.
Michael Wolff’s White House exposé has become the book everyone is talking about. And wants. After excerpts from the title were released earlier this week, the book has become a thorn in President Trump’s side and a media sensation. The White House has even gone so far as to issue a cease-and-desist letter to Wolff and Holt, claiming the book is libelous and its publication should be halted.
The best thing that could’ve happened to that book was for Trump to throw a temper tantrum about it.