Welcome to a weekly roundup of links that have peaked our interest.
- "I also longed to be written, like the heroines of these books — to be regarded with the kind of affection, interest, and attention to detail that infuses so many of the satisfying sentences their authors used to describe them." The Millions piece on finding style advice from classic literature.
- Something none of us knew we wanted: Buffy the Vampire Slayer written from the perspective of George R.R. Martin, Roxane Gay and more.
- The Walrus' excerpt of SakKijâjuk, showcasing a number of art pieces from Nunatsiavut.
- If you are a great fan of Walt Whitman and wish to keep him in a pristine state, do not read this.
- A personal essay by Merilyn Simonds on how digitial technology can offer us new kinds of literary experiences (Quill & Quire).
- BONUS: Tom Hanks is writing a collection of short stories. We are unsure how to feel about that.