Monday Morning Coffee – 20 July 2020
Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning.
- Emily Temple wonders why some people care so much about how other people arrange their bookshelves.
- The NYTimes rates the Kindle Paperwhite as the best ereader.
- Mike Shatzkin looks at two ways the publishing industry has changed during the pandemic.
- Barnes & Noble used the shutdown to shake up the company.
- She may be 170 years dead, but literary "critics" are still denying that Emily Bronte wrote Wuthering Heights.
- Little Fee Libraries are now stocking canned goods, and other necessities.
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