[A day late - oops. But here's this weekend's selection.]
Cool list of books you can read any time, but particularly now that it's Hispanic heritage month.
Over on Book Riot: "5 More Bookish DIY Costumes For Halloween."
Read a new short story by Haruki Murakami over at The New Yorker.
If you're not into hard horror but want to read some creepy things now that it's near Halloween, here are some suggestions ("Scary Books for Scaredy-Cats").
USPS is selling Batman stamps!
On Panels, I'm participating in a weekly column called Comics Fetish, in which I take turns with a partner listing cool comics-related merch you can buy. This week was my turn.
If you're watching and enjoying Arrow Season 3, consider these book suggestions for some more background on some characters.
In other feminist news, the latest happening in GamerGate is scary. The whole thing is awful, but geeze.
Colorado's Amendment 67 is kind of...terrifying.
The Eiffel Tower has a glass floor now too, apparently. I hadn't heard about it until now.
[Until next time...!]