Morning Bites: Maurice Sendak, Redoing the Pulitzer, Poet Held Accountable, and More

Maurice Sendak has passed away at the age of 83.

The administration of UC Davis is holding poet and professor Joshua Clover and 11 students accountable for their alleged role in protests that led to the shutdown of a campus US Bank.

The New York Times asks several prominent critics who they’d give the Pulitzer to fiction in.

LitKicks takes a look at the life and work of Comte de Lautréamont.

The Hairpin lists some really good books about history.

Notes from a David Foster Wallace symposium at The Millions.

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