Links: Gothics, Dogs, & More

Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.Welcome back to Wednesday Links! This is where we talk about and share neat links from around the internet.

Did you know it’s June? And have I mentioned that I really dislike summer? Because both things are true!

But enough about my seasonal gripes! Let’s go!

LitHub has a piece “On the Evolution of Female-Driven Gothic Narratives” that may be of interest to the Bitchery. And yes, there are recommendations!

I am so giddy to announce that I wrote the cover story for this month’s BookPage on Casey McQuiston and their latest release One Last Stop.

I found this revelation to be both horrific and hilarious! Is it true? Not sure! But check out the thread for some truly funny captions.

I found myself nodding along to The Atlantic‘s piece of post-pandemic trauma, especially as we enter into a summer with loosening restrictions.

My latest obsession is this dog grooming YouTube channel. The narrator/owner is just so soothing and I love looking at cute pets.

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!

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  1. Escapeologist says:

    *clicks dog grooming channel immediately* ohh i love this pomeranian

    The voice reminds me of Tikka the fashionista dog

  2. Jill Q. says:

    Excellent and timely article, Amanda!
    I just finished ONE LAST STOP the other day and loved, loved, loved it. I now have a book hangover where nothing seems right. I can’t wait to gush about it for WAYR.

  3. Susan says:

    Sorry if this is paywalled, but Vanessa Riley wrote a piece on female-centered historical novels for WaPo this week.

  4. Linda says:

    I love following the dog (and sometimes other animals!) groomer on insta – salaspawspa. She’s fantastic!

  5. Jaye says:

    Zelda/Link fans might enjoy this;
    Profits go to AbleGamers

    Everyone donated their art.
    My kid donated the cover art & a spread piece inside!

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