Morning Bites: Hughes And Plath, Moby-Dick Marathon, Fitzgerald In Drag, NYPL Statues, And More

George Saunders talks with his editor at Slate.

The Guardian looks at the new generation of New York literary magazines like The New Inquiry,  Jacobin, and the American Reader.

Sameer Rahim on judging Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes on their poetry, and not their myths.

F. Scott Fitzgerald in drag.

Tim Horvath goes to the Moby-Dick Marathon in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

The statue of the lady holding a decapitated head at the New York Public Library.

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