- Alice Munro, noted short-story writer, was just awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. A Canadian, her work shares some similarities to mid-century Southern US writers like Flannery O’Connor, including a regional focus and a regular movement to a moment of realization within her tales.
- Speaking of Flannery, here’s our T.M. Doran on the “Harsh Voices and Divine Mercy” in some Catholic authors.
- And speaking of T.M. Doran, here he is featured in the regional mag Plymouth Life.
- How about some more book art? Check out these hidden paintings you can only see by flexing the edges of bound paper, called fore-edge paintings.
- Also, not strictly fiction, but do you know the antique Christian roots of rhyme?
- Lastly, most of our novels are available as ebooks, but people keep trying to make an ebook version of Netflix. The latest entrant? Scribd, whose head honcho has some pretty high expectations, and which you may already have used.
Do you have any interest in a Netflix for books? Or are they trying to catch their own shadow?
Dan is the web editor of Ignatius Press Novels, and works with the Press in many areas of its internet marketing and outreach.