NewsFeed has a confession: This is probably our favorite Tumblr of the Week of all time.
Random House has uncovered seven Seuss stories that were published in magazines in the 1950s but have never appeared as books. Acceptable reactions include “Happy as a clam, I am!” and “Oh, the fun words I’ll get to say!”
When he wasn’t a musician, writer, artist and visionary thinker, John Lennon wrote lots of letters.
NewsFeed’s heart is melting already.
Bryan Wright hates Naked Lunch. So why did he read it? We told him to.
Anyone who grew up reading the Sweet Valley High series (that would be basically every girl born in the late 70s/early 80s) has been waiting for this–Sweet Valley Confidential: 10 Years Later came out on Friday.
Yes, the weekend is over. But there are still cute baby animals to look at in Monday’s links.
Perez Hilton has accumulated quite the list of descriptors over the past few years: snarky gossip; cyber-bully; troublemaker. But now he can add a new one to the list: children’s author.
When you think of comic-book heroes, there are always the obvious choices that spring to mind: Superman, Spider-Man, Wonder Woman. But now you can add one more to the list — Angelina Jolie.
Wednesday’s links bring you back to school, with scary mascots and tough classes.
Nearly a dozen years after his death, Shel Silverstein will once again hit the shelves with a new book of poems called Everything On It.
It’s time to give up our fantasies of attending lavish prohibition era parties with Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan.