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Bryan Cranston talks books with (The New York Times)

Really? US version of Morrissey’s autobiography reportedly edited to remove a relationship he details in the book. (Salon)

BookRiot has some fun with a few brilliant vintage sci-fi covers. (BookRiot)

Québec gets its fixed-pricing on books. (Publishers Weekly)

Amazon launches a short story imprint. (NPR)

Manil Suri takes this year’s award for Bad Sex in Fiction. (The Washington Post)

Mystery Writers of America awards the Grand Master and Raven prizes for 2013. (mysterywriters.org)

High school basketball coach fired after writing a sex-advice book. (WGNTV)

Bookseller, Richard Brower, has died. He was 83 years old. Rest in peace. (Publishers Weekly)

“On this day in 1830 Christina Rossetti was born. Her still-growing reputation as one of the best English women poets is based largely on two collections, Goblin Market and Other Poems (1862), and The Prince’s Progress and Other Poems(1866); her Sing-Song: a Nursery Rhyme Book (1872, 1893) is also highly-ranked among Victorian children’s books. Part of her fascination comes from her personal life, especially as lived on the outer circles of brother Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood….” (Today In Literature)

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