Recommended reading: Meg Wolitzer wonders "why are teenage girls drawn to books about mental instability?"
“The so-called ‘alt-right’ is white nationalism repackaged as retro-chic, and its discourse constantly invokes nostalgia for a golden age in the Confederate South when racism when reigned supreme. The leaders of this project will need to be very careful that they don’t end up just creating a Disneyland for racists.” A coalition of local businesses in Monroeville, Alabama, Harper Lee's hometown, plan to open a major tourist attraction built around the late author's home and fabrications of fictional locations featured in To Kill A Mockingbird. Critics are dubious, reports The Guardian. Perhaps, in lieu of a trip, you'll accept this essay by Robert Rea about his literary pilgrimage to Lee-land?