Happy Friday guys! Let us procrastinate with some fun stuff from this week’s internet –
– This profile of Stephen Colbert in GQ is lovely and made me emotional.
– And this profile of Joan Didion over at The New Yorker is also wonderful.
– I’ve so been wanting to read Nicola Yoon’s Everything, Everything and Nafiza’s great review over at The Book Wars just makes me want to read it even more.
– The newest poster for the Mockingjay movie has a little bit of a unintended bad word featured. Its hidden, but still. Hehehe.
– This is an interesting read over at Esquire about the power of a uniform wherein a reporter dresses as a priest, security guard, mechanic and doctor for a day. Which also sounds like the beginning of a joke but its a good read!
– From over at Vanity Fair, Novels About Real-Life Women Are Saving Forgotten History
– New words have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary and I am concerned for the English language…
– This is lovely and heartbreaking over at The Atlantic – On Losing A Student
“I understood teenagers and their sense of invincibility, their YOLO mantras and their risky behaviors. But it’s impossible to understand their deaths.”
– So, I’ve never read Hemingway, I know blasphemy, but I should because his interview from 1958 with the Paris Review is so sassy.