Friday Morning LitLinks

They just look too damned good over at Simon & Schuster. (The Wall Street Journal)

Anne Lamott give writing tips. (GalleyCat)

… and here she is with her son, discussing their new joint book venture. (The New York Times)

Wow, they count fast. ‘The Hunger Games’ film reportedly took in $20 million last night. (Publishers Weekly)

With the better weather drawing nigh, everyone seems to be talking about travel writing. (The Telegraph)

The Guardian takes a look at poet , Ruth Padel. (The Guardian)

A year in the life of Ian Rankin with the BBC watching at (The Scotsman)

Summer reading will probably need a few new spy thrillers, right? (USA Today)

“On this day in 1917 Leonard and Virginia Woolf purchased a small, used handpress; a month later, it was delivered to Hogarth House, their West London home, and the Hogarth Press was born. Over the next three decades the Woolfs would publish 525 titles, many of them by other influential modernists — Mansfield, Forster, Eliot…” (Today In Literature)

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