Sunday Morning LitLinks

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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. (Legacy.com)

“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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