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Harper Lee to publish sequel to ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Harper Lee to publish sequel to ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ – The Washington Post.

HarperLeePhoto“The beloved author will publish her second novel this summer. ‘Go Set a Watchman’ was written more than 50 years ago — before her Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ — but it was never published.”

Also in the news

  • News:Dragon Tattoo’ trilogy sequel set for August – “An authorized sequel to the wildly popular Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series will hit bookshelves on Aug. 27, publisher Knopf announced Thursday. The novel, written by David Lagercrantz, is an original story based on the books by Stieg Larsson, who died in 2004. The project is in cooperation with his estate.” – USA Today
  • BookBitsNews: Catton defends her remarks on arts in New Zealand – “Man Booker Prize-winning author Eleanor Catton has said she will “discuss the inflammatory, vicious, and patronising things” said about her in New Zealand, after she criticised the country’s government for its lack of support for the arts and literature.” – The Bookseller
  • How To: Unfolding a novel out of cluttered thoughts – “If you’re an organized person, you might rush to your computer, open a DOCX file and start creating an outline. If you’re a disorganized person, you might wander the blue highways of Florida for a few years and see what kinds of ideas come to mind. Maybe you’ll even find the fountain of youth. I don’t advocate either approach.” Malcolm R. Campbell in The Sun Singer’s Travels
  • News: Jane Austen family letters offer ‘deeply personal’ insight into author’s world – “California’s Huntington Library has acquired 52 unpublished letters and poems from the family of the Pride and Prejudice author’s mother.” – The Guardian
  • menkenHistory: “On this day in 1931, the Arkansas legislature passed a motion to pray for the soul of H. L. Mencken. One of Mencken’s Laws was ‘Nature abhors a moron,’ and one of his favorite pastimes was to attack the South; upon finding itself elevated to ‘the apex of moronia,’ Arkansas had apparently had enough.” – Today in Literature

I thought nature abhorred vacuums which is why the Hoover sits unused in my garage more often than not. But if nature really doesn’t like morons, perhaps it’s because they (the morons) either have nothing inside their heads or act like Hoovers, gathering up whatever’s on the floor.




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