Tuesday Morning LitLinks

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Barbara Kingsolver remembers Doris Lessing. (Amazon)

James Smythe is up to FOUR PAST MIDNIGHT in his rereading of Stephen King’s entire catalog. (The Guardian)

You can get in on the ground floor with some of these bookish Kickstarter projects. (BookRiot)

Poetry and airports, in (The New Yorker)

If you’re looking to be a writer these days, this list of common terms and what they really mean can be quite helpful. (The New York Times)

HOMEFRONT author, Chuck Logan, talks about how Sylvester Stallone changed his book for the screen. (MPRNews)

Louise Erdrich takes top honors at the American Book Awards for her novel, THE ROUND HOUSE. (SCTimes)

Kirkus shares its picks for the best of 2013 children’s books. (Kirkus)

Will fan fiction be the next big thing? (Pacific Standard)

Children’s author, Charlotte Zolotow, has died. She was 98 years old. Rest in peace. (NPR)

“On this day in 1919, twenty-two-year-old William Faulkner published his first prose, a short story entitled “Landing in Luck.” It is a lighthearted tale about an air force cadet’s first solo flight, and it gives little sign of the style or fame to come, but the autobiographical details behind its telling are pure, playful Faulkner….” (Today In Literature)

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