The 11 Most Bookish Places on Earth: Today in Critical Linking

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We certainly love adventuring inside the pages of a book, but every once in a while, it’s nice to venture into the outside world… especially if it involves visiting the most bookish places on Earth! Check out our ’round-the-world list of must-visit places for the bookworm, and start planning the best vacation ever.

Summer is coming, so I thought this list of the 11 Most Bookish Places on Earth might be inspiration for your warm weather travel plans.


 

A former U.S. poet laureate, winners of the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize, and best-selling authors including John Grisham are among 95 Mississippi authors urging state officials to repeal a law that will let workers cite religious beliefs to deny services to lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender people.

Been pretty proud of the book world during this rash of state-level laws against LGBTQ+ folks.


Those familiar with Coates’ writing knew that we would be in for a treat, with his already extraordinary writing that highlights Black identity and cultural experience. But with Black Panther, it’s done on a whole new level.

I am picking up Black Panther #1 this week.

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