Was Shakespeare a stoner?
Oxford ditches the comma, deeply annoying the spirit of David Foster Wallace. “[Wallace] is the only writer ever to convince (or even try to convince) the famously stubborn Times copy desk that we should temporarily ignore the paper’s famous serial-comma rule—the paper doesn’t use them; this really drove David nuts.”
Chris Suellentrop quits NYT Magazine to join Yahoo News.
On July 2, the Publication Studio is throwing a “collaborative event” at the Brooklyn Grange Farm, “a zero chemical input commercial urban farm located on a New York City rooftop.”
Penguin goes iTunes classics.
On Facebook, Parul Sehgal revisits a classic missive from Dorothy Parker: “This is instead of telephoning because I can’t look you in the voice...”