Literature Carnival, Fourteenth Edition

Welcome to the Literature Carnival!

Ellesmere ChaucerDid you know that Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog (E-I-E-I-O)? Go check it out. It’s very well-done and quite funny. I can’t remember if I’ve mentioned the efforts of bloggers on behalf of Henry David Thoreau or Samuel Pepys before. If you know of others, please make sure to submit them for the next carnival.

Joe Kissell shares information about the Bodleian Library at the Interesting Thing of the Day.

Ali Eteraz presents his short work “Divine Retribution.”

The big news this fortnight is that Donald Hall has been selected as our new poet laureate. Matthew Sollars at the Oxford UP Blog has more.

Product placement is a fact of life in film. The folks at Gawker take issue with its use in literature.

You can check out the latest edition of the Carnival of Children’s Literature over at Here in the Bonny Glen.

Knowing your Hamlet is becoming more “attractive and viable” in today’s world.

Check out Ashok’s commentary on Emily Dickinson’s “What I can do — I will” at Ashok’s Blog.

Why do we read anyway? I agree with Whosit.

Thanks for stopping by. Remember that we really can use your submissions. The next edition will be hosted by Gawain and will appear on July 1, barring any unforeseen circumstances.

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