Tuesday Morning LitLinks



John Williams’ STONER wins Waterstones Book of the Year. (The Telegraph)

Albert Uderzo, co-creator of the Asterix comics, sues his daughter for “psychological violence”. (BBC)

Take the quiz and match the writer to his pet, over at (The Guardian)

Bookstore owner and author, Wendy Welch, has a chat with (WritersDigest)

Alice McDermott reflects on her reading for this year. (The Millions)

Granta Magazine interviews André Schiffrin. (Granta)

Have a look at a list of the best crime fiction of the century. (DoTheMath)

Salon gives their picks for ten graphic novels from 2013 that shouldn’t be missed. (Salon)

Author, William Stevenson, has died. He was 89 yeas old. Rest in peace. (The New York Times)

“When 28 year-old Tom Williams finally left his parents’ Missouri home, he headed for New Orleans, for a new life as a writer, a newly-realized sexual identity as a homosexual, even a new first name: Tennessee. As he describes it in his Memoirs, the exchange of his mother’s “monolithic puritanism” and the middle-class Midwest for the bars and bohemians of New Orleans was a late coming of age, as a person and a writer….” (Today In Literature)

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