Posted on March 4, 2024 at 3:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

If you're looking for some literary debates, we have two pieces for you.

The shorter and also spicier one is from the Alliance of Independent Authors, where writer Sue Rovens has a guest column on trigger warnings for fiction — the pros, the cons, and the reasons she's eschewing them for herself.

The longer and probably less provocative one is from The Guardian, which uses Kazuo Ishiguro's upcoming collection of lyrics as a launchpad to discuss whether and when lyrics can be considered literature. 

The Summer We Crossed Europe in the Rain: Lyrics for Stacey Kent comes out April 30.

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