Good evening literary fans. Here's what we read today that you should too.
- Richard Selzer, Who Fictionalized Medicine's Absurdity and Gore, Dies at 87: Selzer, a surgeon, "turned his operating-room experiences into fictional stories." (The New York Times)
- All The Dead Boys Look Like Me: A poem by Christopher Soto, in response to the recent tragedy in Orlando. (Lit Hub)
- Writers to Watch Summer- Fall 2016: Anticipated Debut Fiction (Publishers Weekly)
- "It is like waking up in an alternate reality": An Istanbul bookstore made by a refugee for refugees. (BookRiot)
- Harry Potter Fans Raise Their Wands In Tribute To Victims Of Orlando Shooting: A vigil was held at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to mourn victim Luis Vielma. (Buzzfeed Books)
- Rhoda Blumberg, Whose Children’s Books Brought History to Life, Dies at 98 (The New York Times)