Alice Munro, 82, the renowned Canadian short-story writer whose visceral work explores the tangled relationships between men and women, small-town existence and the fallibility of memory, won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature. Ms. Munro revolutionized the architecture of short stories, often beginning a story in an unexpected place, then moving backward or forward in time. She brought a modesty and subtle wit to her work...often traced to her background growing up in rural Canada.
Ha! Romance author Jill Shalvis (Lucky Harbor series) gives us the top 10 Alpha Males In Literature.
10 of Literature's Most Unreliable Narrators (Mostly pinning this for the beautiful Lolita cover art!)
YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE Flowchart Feature: Teen Read Week Edition --- October 13-19 is Teen Read Week