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Elena Ferrante’s THE LYING LIFE OF ADULTS Gets Netflix Streaming Date: Today in Books

The Roxane Gay Agenda Returns in November

Last week when Roxane Gay spoke at Lesbians Who Tech, the author announced that her podcast, The Roxane Gay Agenda, will be returning in November. Gay wrote on Instagram, “Get ready for another season of candid, insightful conversations.” The Roxane Gay Agenda is one of the 30+ original podcasts on Luminary. You can subscribe to the podcast on Luminary to hear the first new episode as soon as it comes out.

Elena Ferrante’s The Lying Life of Adults Gets Netflix Streaming Date

Netflix has revealed the streaming date for the upcoming adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s The Lying Game. The six-episode show debuts on Netflix globally on January 4, 2023. It’s directed by Edoardo De Angelis and stars Valeria Golino as the Neapolitan aunt of the story‚Äôs young protagonist Giovanna, played by newcomer Giordana Marengo. The show is written by Ferrante, Laura Paolucci, Francesco Piccolo, and Edoardo De Angelis. Netflix also revealed the provocative poster art for the show, which you can see here.

Peterborough Libraries Offer Amnesty on Fines to Recover 22,000 Missing Books

Libraries in Peterborough, UK, are holding a fine amnesty to try to recover 22,000 missing books. The libraries will not fine anyone for returning overdue books and will clear accounts of debt. Peterborough Libraries are hoping to both recover the books and encourage people to return to the libraries. Library services manager Firzana Shaheen says that “following the pandemic, the number of library users has reduced significantly…in part due to people being worried about owing the library service money.” Library users who have lost books can also have their fines waived and accounts reset. The amnesty will run until mid-November.

The Top 10 YA Books of the Year, According to Teenagers

The Young Adult Library Services Association has announced their Teens’ Top Ten winners of 2022, voted on by teenagers in 16 book groups.