Melville House turned 10 years old this week, and one way to celebrate the occasion is by reading this lovely profile of the indie publisher’s founders.
Friday would have been Ray Bradbury’s 94th birthday, which is why Dan Piepenbring, at The Paris Review Daily, looked back on one of Bradbury’s classic stories and picked out some choice quotes from his Art of Fiction interview. Piepenbring also pointed out that the story gets a mention in, among other places, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. You could supplement this by reading Tanjil Rashid on the author’s Middle East connection.
There’s a quiet war being waged against Wyoming’s wild horse population, reports The Altantic‘s Andrew Cohen.