Hey! Fans of Kickstarter (or possibly KickStumbler?) wouldn’t you like to help finance “the world’s first ever Food Book Fair that will bring together food publications from around the world alongside dynamic event programming.”
"Hoaxers make it seem like things are as bad as we fear they are, and they often, especially now, play on our fears rather than our wishes." The Rumpus interviewed New Yorker Poetry Editor Kevin Young about the inspiration behind his new book, Bunk: The Rise of Hoaxes, Humbug, Plagiarists, Phonies, Post-Facts, and Fake News. Pair with Young's Year in Reading entry and our review of Bunk.
Chekhov never published an autobiography, but he did once write a letter in which, in Chekhovian fashion, he summed up his life in a paragraph. At The Paris Review Daily, you can read the Constance Garnett translation of this letter in full. You could also check out Brendan Mathews on reading Chekhov for self-improvement.