Lit List: Tuesday June 7, 2016

Good evening literary fans. Here's what we read today that you should too.

  • Muhammed Ali: A Poet In And Out Of The Ring (NPR)
  • George Plimpton on the time Muhammad Ali gave a lecture to thousands of Harvard graduates, and the poem that emerged from it (THE PARIS REVIEW)
  • You May Soon Binge Books Just Like You Binge Netflix: FSG Originals imprint is "experimenting with serialized fiction" (WIRED)
  • June releases - including the new book from Annie Proulx - get added to The Millions rolling 2016 Book Preview (THE MILLIONS)
  • Amazon's Best Books in June (ABE BOOKS)
  • How Much do Indie Authors Earn from Amazon? (ADWEEK)
  • Fresh Air reviews Yaa Gyasi's debut novel Homegoing (NPR)
  • LitHub's launches a "Rotten Tomatoes" for books (LITHUB)
  • Casting choice for the role of Hermione Granger causes controversy (BBC)
  • How Hemingway's Bad Behavior Inspired a Generation (LITHUB)
  • Native American and Indigenous Literature Forges New Trails: (ELECTRIC LITERATURE)