Monday Morning LitLinks

Author Sue Townsend gets a second chance at life after receiving her son’s kidney. (Thaindian News)

Shaeen Buneri profiles poet Pashtun poet and writer Abdurrahman Roghani. (Radio Free Europe)

Leonce Gaiter goes after ‘the Publishing Ghetto.’ (Huffington Post)

Literary notables share their advice for reorganizing your personal library. (Room for Debate Blog)

Will Apple’s rumored tablet be called iSlate? (MacRumors)

A friendly reminder that money should flow to the writer. (Robert Swartwood)

Marion Maneker reports (presumably from the trenches) on the publishing industry’s “battle” over eBooks. (Washington Post)

Carol Rumens returns with a new poem of the week: Thomas Hardy’s “The Darkling Thrush.” (Guardian Books Blog)

Nearly two-thirds of the 100 eBooks currently atop the Kindle bestseller list are free. (GalleyCat)

On this day in 1917 H. L. Mencken’s “A Neglected Anniversary,” his hoax article on the American invention of the bathtub, was published in the New York Evening Mail. (Today in Literature)

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