Morning Bites: Literary Architecture, Used Bookstores, Dinosaurs of the Pacific Northwest, and More

Via The Paris Review

“To the Lighthouse bears no resemblance to an English country house by the sea, but rather becomes a structure that centers around a vacancy: that of the mother.” – Sadie Stein on the Laboratory of Literary Architecture at Columbia University.

Charles Simic on the disappearance of used bookstores.

Glenn Greenwald’s partner was detained at Heathrow airport for nine hours.

New Yorkers like Fran Lebowitz, Gary Shteyngart, Marcus Samuelsson, and others look back on the Mayor Bloomberg years.

Dinosaurs in Oregon.

Sheryl Sandberg’s nonprofit decided it will Pay its interns. 

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