A roundup of the internet’s best literary news to make your Monday more tolerable.
Keanu Reeves (A.K.A Neo) is trying his hand at publishing. Los Angeles Magazine has the full story.
BuzzFeed recently spotlighted two up-and-coming Native American writers: Terese Marie Mailhot and Tommy Orange. Read about them here.
The good news: Michelle Obama wrote a memoir. The bad news: You’ll have to wait until November to read it.
How has pregnancy been depicted in literature over the years? Jessie Greengrass investigates.
The New York Times “talked to the creators of four children’s books that depict forgotten figures from black history.” Check out the article here. (It’s accompanied by some beautiful videos!)