Lit List: Monday July 18, 2016

 Lois Lowry (Source: Wikipedia)

Lois Lowry (Source: Wikipedia)

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

  • Donald Trump's Ghostwriter Tells All: The Art of the Deal ghostwriter Tony Schwartz shares his regrets and reservations. (The New Yorker) 
  • Why Did Google Delete Author Dennis Cooper's Literary Blog? (Electric Lit )
  • Fear and Trembling in Las Vegas: A new essay describes "A week with the street preachers of Sin City." (Hazlitt)
  • 20,000 Petitioners Ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to Create an Open Environment For Journalists: Participants include big name authors such as Lois Lowry, Neil Gaiman, Judy Blume, and John Green. (GalleyCat)
  • American Literature Needs Indie Presses: "Maybe in literary publishing in 2016, 'under the radar' isn’t such a bad place to be." (The Atlantic)
  • The 100 Books to Read for the Rest of 2016: A definitive list of upcoming releases worth reading.  (Brooklyn Magazine)
  • Dynamite Entertainment Taps '70s TV to Expand Lineup of Comics: A comic book imprint makes new changes with the hopes of diversifying its audience.(The NY Times)
  • NYPL’s New E-Reader App is Now Live: The New York Public Library has released a new app that allows easy access to its e-books.  (GalleyCat)