Posted on August 4, 2023 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Several posts relating to new ways of enjoying existing books or authors came through our RSS feeder in the past few days.
Author C.K. Chau talks about her new book, Good Fortune, which retells Pride and Prejudice but in New York City's Chinatown in the early 2000s (NPR).
The film adaptation of Adrian Tomine’s 2007 graphic novel, Shortcomings, is out in theaters today; read Tomine's thoughts about what it was like to collaborate on the project (Literary Hub).
Bestselling authors S.A. Cosby, Lisa Jewell, and Alex Segura are writing graphic novels for adults using existing Marvel characters (BookRiot).
Musicians frequently cover their colleagues' work; what if authors did the same thing? (BookRiot).
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