Wednesday Morning LitLinks

Two journalists, Marie Colvin and Remi Ochlik, are killed on assignment in Syria. (CNN)

The BBC airs Marie Colvin’s last report. (BBC)

Author, Jillian Lauren, talks about how her book on sex work ripped a rift in her family. (Salon)

Paramount pictures sues to block Mario Puzo’s estate’s prequel to THE GODFATHER. (The Wrap)

Is writing causing you to grind your teeth to nubs and pull bald patches on your head? Good. Philip Pullman says you’re doing it right, then. (BBC)

Writers can be harsh. 30 blistering author-on-author snipes at (flavorwire)

Superman used to change his clothes in ‘em, but now you can get books there! (The Atlantic)

Harper Collins pays the rent with another book of pictures with Justin Bieber smiling center-frame. (USA Today)

The PEN/Faulkner awards have narrowed the field to these five finalists… (

JK Rowling’s, Pottermore website, is taking its sweet time getting up and running. (The Guardian)

The University of Texas at Austin is buying up new books in hopes of pre-stashing the classics of the future. (The Atlantic)

BookRiot has cool stuff. Just look at it. (bookriot)

“On this day in 1903 the Canadian novelist and short story writer, Morley Callaghan was born. Though prolific and successful, Callaghan was so overlooked by the critics for much of his career that Edmund Wilson thought him ‘the most unjustly neglected writer in the English language.’…” (Today In Literature)

One Response to “Wednesday Morning LitLinks”

  1. Desktop Gadgets Says:

    Very nice article and straight to the point. I don’t know if this is truly the best place to ask but do you folks have any thoughts on where to employ some professional writers? Thanks in advance :)

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