Tuesday Morning LitLinks

The International Board on Books for Young People awards the 2012 Hans Christian Anderson Awards. (MarketWatch)

TREASURE ISLAND? Yeah, there’s an app for that. (GalleyCat)

The Guardian has a chat with Booker-winner, Peter Carey. (The Guardian)

B&N finds that Nook is a big hit with the ladies. (seekingalpha)

Gwyneth Paltrow doesn’t need a ghostwriter to make a cookbook, thankyouverymuch. (The New York Daily News)

Have a look at the wonderful photos of the coolest bookstores in the world according to (The Vancouver Sun)

To put it into words, the right words: the agony and ecstasy of travel writing. (The Millions)

Publishers Weekly covers the Bologna Children’s Book Fair. (Publishers Weekly)

Turkish novelist, Elif Shafak, talks books and fame with (The Telegraph)

Mike Daisey is finding out that there really is such a thing as bad publicity. (The Los Angeles Times)

Geoff Dyer grates the literary establishment in (The Guardian)

“On this day in 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published. Although popular enough when it had appeared earlier in serial form, at least one book publisher turned it down on the grounds that a novel by a woman on such a controversial subject was too risky. He must have regretted it: the novel sold 10,000 copies in the first week, 300,000 copies in a year, and became America’s first million-seller…” (Today In Literature)

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