Catching Up

The Guardian rounds up the top literary stories of 2003.

Also from The Guardian, Tracy Chevalier writes about the experience of having her book Girl With a Pearl Earring turned into a movie.

According to this article in The New York Times, The Feminist Press is issuing a series of classic pulp novels written by women who “sometimes subverted” the genre’s conventions. You can view the first three here.

Also from the Times, David Macaulay of Cathedral, City, Pyramid, and Castle fame put out the latest in the series, Mosque, as a response to 9/11.

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