Good evening literary fans. Here's some literary news to add to your weekend reading list.
- Jonathan Coe wins 'bittersweet' honour from France as UK turns back on Europe (The Guardian)
- In a New Novel, a Secular Muslim American Rejects the Burden of Labels: Writer Ali Eteraz challenges the "demands of literary commerce" with his new novel. (The NY Times)
- Malala Yousafzai and Emma Cline Debut on the Indie Bestseller List (GalleyCat)
- More Nonfiction on LGBTQ History and Culture: Celebrate Pride month with these reads (BookRiot)
- Two Poems, Geoffrey G. O'Brien: After England, a poem in response to Brexit (The Paris Review)
- Michael Herr, author of the famous Vietnam war testimonial Dispatches, dies aged 76 (The Guardian)
- New Frozen-Inspired Book Series to Be Launched in July 2016: Disney will to release a book series based on the hit animated film. (GalleyCat)