- Ian Hampton is back in the week’s most clickable links, this time for his interview about Jan in 35 Pieces over at CBC Books.
- Here’s a tough but important topic: On recognizing maybe you weren’t meant to be a novelist.
- We can all relate to this love letter to a cluttered used bookstore. Ah, I can practically smell the glue and paper right now.
- What did people in the 1880s think the library of the future might look like? An interesting look back at reading attitudes—and how they’ve changed.
- And finally, two links for the price of one! Apparently, our social media followers are pretty invested in the whole Oxford comma debate. First, you loved this article about how the Oxford comma might just make you more attractive on Tinder, and then, you devoured this older post about a legal ruling recognizing the necessity of the Oxford comma.
Hope you enjoyed this somewhat comma-filled roundup. Plus, don’t forget to tune in to The Agenda with Steve Paikin tonight–at 8:00 p.m. or 11:00 p.m. on TVO. He’ll be interviewing Ian Hampton and his fellow Taylor Prize finalists!