Every blog has a collection of links to interesting articles and ephemera of the internet, and here's mine:
At least once, Dostoevsky met Dickens.(Brandywine Books)
Hispanics in Arizona are already getting hassled due to the new law...and this happened before the law was passed. (Crooks and Liars)
TriQuarterly (Northwestern University's famed literary journal) stopped publishing last year after over 40 years of existence. But! Now it's back online. Their first issue (version? post?) includes a review of the National Book Award finalist American Salvage by Bonnie Jo Campbell. American Salvage is an amazing collection of strong short stories, and this review, even though it's more about the reviewers Kindle than the book itself, is worth a look. Here's the review and two excerpts.
PopMatters is digging really deep into Blood on the Tracks.
Jezebel breaks down the new insane abortion restrictions in Oklahoma. For example, it's now legal for doctors in Oklahoma to not tell you if your baby has birth defects.