Monday Morning LitLinks

Stephen King sides with Warren Buffett, but with more cursing. (The Daily Beast)

Shelley’s Ghost: The Afterlife of a Poet is the New York Public Library’s featured exhibit until June 24th. (The Smart Set)

Author, Kate Summerscale, is interviewed on her latest, MRS. ROBINSON’S DISGRACE. (The Telegraph)

There’s a new Ian McEwan story to be had at (The New Yorker)

Hmmm. What’s e-brewing, I wonder? Microsft drops $300 million into Nook. (The Daily Beast)

… a bit more on the subject from (NPR)

Poet, Matt Rasmussen, wins the Walt Whitman Award which recognizes a talent that has not yet published a book. (The Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Buzz Bissinger’s Byliner piece, AFTER FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, gets lost in the tangle of everybody watching everybody’s prices. (The New York Times)

Suzanne Collins’ THE HUNGER GAMES (and sequels) has been a shot in the arm for Scholastic. (Yahoo! News)

Pittsburgh fixture, Mystery Lover’s Bookshop, gets a long-distance owner in the eleventh hour. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

It’s a dog’s life: Uggie the canine star, gets a deal for his memoir. Don’t ask me. I just link to the stuff. (The Chicago Sun-Times)

Diane Keaton adds a new foreword to her memoir, THEN AGAIN, on how she wrote the book in the first place. (The Huffington Post)

“On this day in 1642, courtier, soldier, and gentleman-poet, Richard Lovelace presented the Kentish Petition to Parliament — a Royalist document calling for the restoration of the rights of King Charles I — and was promptly imprisoned for it…” (Today In Literature)

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