Lit Hub Daily: September 19, 2023


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  • Kate Roberts considers the latest wave of chronic illness memoirs, which entwine the personal with the sociopolitical. | Lit Hub Memoir

  • It’s a banger week for new books: Here are 28 out today. | The Hub

  • 38 literary movies and TV shows to watch this fall (brought to you by writers who deserve better contracts). | Lit Hub Film & TV

  • All in the family: How Adrien Proust, father of Marcel, helped pioneer global health. | Lit Hub Health

  • “The way to tackle writer’s block is to not believe it exists.” Anne Enright takes the Lit Hub Questionnaire. | Lit Hub

  • “Funny people are hotter than non-funny people and funny poets are the hottest people, period.” Chen Chen wonders what a “serious” writer is, anyway. | Poetry

  • Elizabeth Cripps recommends books on the ethics of parenting. | Five Books

  • “Dystopian fiction has less to tell us about the future than it does about the era in which it is written.” Laila Lalami considers the work of French artist Chantal Montellier. | The Nation

  • Priya Krishna explores the impact of TikTok on cookbook publishing. | The New York Times

  • “By the time of the American Revolution… the trickle of new words had become a flood.” On the evolution of American English. | Lapham’s Quarterly

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