Tuesday Morning LitLinks


“Almost breathtakingly tasteless” just about sums up Vice magazine’s “fashion” piece on women writers who committed suicide. (Jezebel)

Robert Frost’s great-grandson takes a road less traveled – in the beef industry. (The New York Times)

Take a quiz on Roald Dahl’s books. (The Guardian)

Tom Wolfe turns to nonfiction for his next project. (The Millions)

Where are all the multicultural books? (The Open Book)

… and a but more on the topic from (GalleyCat)

Here are some books that are at least as exciting as video games, according to (NPR)

John Hurt set to star in THE STRAIN film adaptation. (Entertainment Weekly)

Here’s a reading list for aspiring authors from (The Guardian)

“On this day in 1982 John Cheever died at the age of seventy in Ossining, New York. In 1977, the novel Falconer was number one on the best-seller lists and Cheever was on the cover of Newsweek. A year later, Cheever won a Pulitzer for his 700-page retrospective collection, The Stories of John Cheever, a book regarded as an essential chronicle of middle America, written in a style that made its author, said critic John Leonard, ‘the Chekhov of the suburbs.’…” (Today In Literature)

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