Tuesday Morning LitLinks

Jamie Thomson wins the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. (The Telegraph)

Scott Turow, president of the Author’s Guild, wants the Justice Department and/or the Federal Trade Commission to have a look at the Random House/Penguin merger. (Quill & Quire)

Brooklyn bookmobiles do a stint as delivery vans for Hurricane Sandy relief. (Brooklyn Public Library)

…while book publicist, Kathleen Matthews Schmidt, coordinates relief efforts at the Jersey shore. (Publishers Weekly)

India looks ahead to 2013′s Jaipur Literature Festival. (The Wall Street Journal India)

We wonder who would these famous authors from days gone by have voted for? (The Huffington Post)

Indie booksellers in St. Louis hold their ground – no Amazon titles. (St. Louis Post Dispatch)

Go Inside The List over at (The New York Times)

Apple takes a hit in the the EU price-fixing dust up. (Ars Technica)

Author Han Suyin, best known for LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING, has died. She was 95. Rest in peace. (The Guardian)

“On this day in 1894 twenty-year-old Robert Frost departed for the Dismal Swamp on the Virginia-North Carolina border, with Dark Thoughts. He was poor, jobless, unpublished, expelled from Dartmouth College and, pretty much for all of the above reasons, recently spurned by his high school sweetheart and chosen mate, Elinor White. Frost had just returned from a visiting White at Lawrence College, made unannounced but bearing gifts: the two homemade copies of his first, five-poem book of poetry, Twilight….” (Today In Literature)

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