Sunday Morning LitLinks

Two independent publishers enter into a bookish Superbowl wager. (The Huffington Post)

Canada’s Indigo bookstore follows Barnes & Noble’s lead and avoids Amazon’s books. (The Globe and Mail)

Book Expo America is considering becoming a public venue in 2013. (GalleyCat)

The subject of Dave Egger’s acclaimed book, ZEITOUN, pleads guilty in a domestic abuse case. (The Los Angeles Times)

Charles Dickens’ bicentennial is celebrated at (NPR)

On stage and screen (and presumably on the page) F. Scott Fitzgerald enjoys a resurgence. (The Guardian)

The Wall Street Journal talks about bookstore book launches. (The Wall Street Journal)

A treatise on allusion in (The New York Times)

“On this day in 1959, Carson McCullers hosted a small luncheon party in order that Baroness Karen Blixen-Finecke (Isak Dinesen) could meet Marilyn Monroe. Blixen was seventy-four and a grande dame of literature by this time, but still driven: though increasingly debilitated by the syphilis she had contracted in her Out of Africa years, and reduced to about eighty pounds by her anorexic diet…” (Today In Literature)

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