The Folio Society has announced that it will be releasing The Sound and the Fury in colored ink, as Faulkner originally intended. Jason’s pretty pumped about this one.
Speaking of color, this post about how color names and classifications aren’t static from language to language, culture to culture, is absolutely riveting. (Yep, I’m a huge nerd).
A new edition of A Farewell to Arms, complete with 39 alternate endings, will be released next week.
Forbes ranks library science as the worst master’s degree program when it comes to actually finding a job. Ouch.
I haven’t read the book in question, but I enjoyed this post about the rise of the “girly” narrative. I’m personally writing a novel told through the letters of two female friends, and I’m constantly disappointed by the tendency of the literary world to write off women’s stories as inconsequential.
Sotheby’s auctions off a ring once belonging to Jane Austen, along with a letter from her mother.