Friday Morning LitLinks

Mary Higgins Clark has a chat with (The New York Times)

Norwich, England is UNESCO’s City of Literature. (The Guardian)

… while Colin Grant has a ramble and talk with (The Telegraph)

Tim Parks examines ‘Fear and Literature’ in (The New York Review of Books)

Sleep with your books: bookshelves married to beds. (BookRiot)

The LA Times wonders what new mother’s are reading. (The Los Angeles Times)

Author, Charles Baxter, takes the $30,000 prize for the 2012 REA Award. (The Washington Post)

Anthony Hororwitz weighs in on the book blurbing game for (The Guardian)

Harry Potter and Kindle team up for an interactive reading experience (and a lucrative one for both.) (GalleyCat)

The buddy comedy – animal style. (The New York Times)

“On this day in 2001 Douglas Adams died of a heart attack in a Santa Barbara gym, aged forty-nine. He had moved to California to be more involved in negotiations with Hollywood producers on the movie version of his Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a frustrating process which Adams likened to ‘trying to grill a steak by having a succession of people coming into the room and breathing on it.’…” (Today In Literature)

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