Review of the month: The Swerve
This month, I’m highlighting a book about religious and intellectual history that looks awfully relevant in light of today’s cultural strife. Thanks to Tales from the Reading Room for bringing it to my attention.
Elsewhere this month:
Behind the Books
- From the Guardian, the story of the real Winnie-the-Pooh
- Feed Your Need to Read takes us on a tour of Virginia Woolf-related sites
- The Public Domain Review shares fascinating insights into the science behind Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
- Joan Aiken’s American roots, from the Joan Aiken blog
- In an NPR interview, SPQR author Mary Beard busts some myths about Ancient Rome
Don’t Miss These
- Slate shares picks for the best overlooked books of 2015
- More books you might have missed in 2015 from River City Reading
- An eclectic selection of the best science books from 2015, at Brain Pickings
- Not just from this year, here’s a helpful BuzzFeed gathering of SFF books by women of color
- From Books on the Table, a great discussion of movies and books
- How has blogging changed your life? A heartfelt post from Feed Your Fiction Addiction
- Spurred by masculine intolerance for Little Women, a spirited defense at A Room of One’s Own.
Image of the Month
Shared in the Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer
2 thoughts on “Link Love: December 2015”
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