Every Friday, the PQ Weekly Roundup collects the most shared links in our social media network—bookish articles, reviews, quizzes, recommendations and more—in convenient digest form.
- Literary history buffs might find this one interesting. A scholar has apparently found a copy of Shakespeare’s plays apparently annotated by Paradise Lost poet John Milton.
- If you’ve ever wondered what a printer’s wonderland looks like, well, PQL Publisher Tim Inkster has an answer for you in this blog post. It’s the Howard Iron Works Museum, and you’re invited to the expo and fair being held there next weekend!
- It is suspiciously easy to become a popular Instagram poet, with very little effort, apparently.
- Congratulations to Mark Frutkin, whose book The Rising Tide is a finalist for the 2019 Ottawa Book Awards!
- And finally, Daniel Bryant wrote a guest post on the PQL blog about the “origin story” of his book Rerouted. Also, a PSA—Daniel will be joining us at the PQL table for Word on the Street Toronto this weekend. Come pick up a copy—and get it signed!
Thanks for checking in on our most click-worthy bookish links of the week. Be sure to stop by and see us at Word on the Street this Sunday at Booth 242A!
Have a great weekend,
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