Sunday Morning LitLinks

Colm Tóibín has gone there. His next book, THE TESTAMENT OF MARY, is told from The Virgin’s point of view. (The Daily Beast)

Ever wonder how a copyeditor gets through life? Have a peek inside. (Granta)

Elizabeth Smart heads to the page with a story to tell. (The Daily Beast)

The Observer posts its Books of the Year list. (The Guardian)

Black Friday put people around the block to get into WalMart. Small Business Saturday put President Barack Obama at the cash register of indie bookstore. (Yahoo! News)

…you can kinda see what he bought in this picture. (Twitter)

A literary slot machine? Sort of. Here’s a Random Book Dispenser. (GalleyCat)

Some notable names weigh in on what’s on their bookshelves. (The Guardian)

“On this day in 1970 Yukio Mishima committed seppuku (ritual suicide, also known as hara-kiri). Mishima was a three-time Nobel nominee, the most famous and translated Japanese writer of his generation — The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea, The Sea of Fertility, ten other novels — and, in his last year, so internationally popular that he made Esquire magazine’s ‘Top 100 People in the World’ list….” (Today In Literature)

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