Sunday Morning LitLinks




What do you do when a murderer writes a great book? (The New York Times)

Deborah Blum, author of THE POISONER’S HANDBOOK, answers some questions for (The Christian Science Monitor)

Meet a swath of the new class – debut authors of 2014 are profiled at (The Guardian)

Scribd battles pirated content woes. (Publishers Weekly)

Writers on TV: have a peek at 10 author cameos, courtesy of (BookRiot)

Lou Aronica talks mentoring at (Publishers Weekly)

A cache of Mary Shelley’s letters makes its way to daylight. (The Christian Science Monitor)

Author advocate, David Kuzminski, has died. He was 66 years old. Rest in peace. (

“On this day in 1876 Jack London was born, and on this day in 1893, London’s seventeenth birthday, he signed on for an eight-month stint as deck-hand aboard the “Sophie Sutherland,” a San Francisco sealer heading for the China Seas. The sealing voyage gave London his first published story, and eventually his second best-seller – The Sea Wolf, 1904 — but it is the seventeen years, taken all in all, which stamped him. Even if half of what has been written about London’s boyhoood is fiction …” (Today in Literature)


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