- In honor of Marilynne Robinson’s 72nd birthday (November 26), the folks at The Englewood Review of Books put together a list of her lectures, readings, and interviews, all available (legally) online.
- C. S. Lewis had a birthday this month too (yesterday, in fact), which Brenton Dickieson attempted to celebrate by writing about what Lewis did on his birthdays. Turns out the answer is, nobody knows.
- Did you realize that scans of nearly all of Emily Dickinson’s manuscripts are available at a single site? Neither did I until I found this article about Dickinson on The Paris Review.
- Will someone please tell Bill Shakespeare that some archaeologists in England found his kitchen? I’m sure he’s been looking for it.
- In case you missed the Almeida Theatre’s 15-hour live reading of Homer’s The Iliad, all 68 segments of it are available on Almedia’s website (until September 2016, that is).
Sorry the list is so short. November was a slow month for link-hunting. 🙂