RSS feeds are a great way to keep up with your favorite blogs and websites. Here is the latest feed from the New York Times Book section:
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This guide can be used to help you locate resources related to literary studies at any point in the research process.
It is divided into sections which will enable you to quickly locate the type of resource you are seeking. If you need help locating material for your current research activity, please contact me through information provided in the right column.
Here is the link to the Research Guides hompage (where you can search for a specific guide), and a list of some other research guides that may be useful to your research:
Academic libraries that use the Library of Congress Classification Outline (the majority of them) can easily be browsed for serendipitous discovery of wonderful books in your subject area. All you need to know is the call number range to get yourself situated.
Library of Congress Call Number Areas:
The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing was founded to create a global network for book historians working in a broad range of scholarly disciplines. Research addresses the composition, mediation, reception, survival, and transformation of written communication in material forms including marks on stone, script on parchment, printed books and periodicals, and new media. Perspectives range from the individual reader to the transnational communications network. With more than 1000 members in over twenty countries, SHARP works in concert with affiliated academic organizations around the world to support the study of book history and print culture.