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Friday Links

More amazing book sculpture.

What’s your dirty little reading secret? I think we all have to confess to the last one, right? Not me, though. I’ve never read a book in my life!

I could spend a day admiring bookshelves.

Burroughs’ most famous party exploit is also his most deadly—in 1951, he shot and killed his wife while drunkenly playing ‘William Tell’ at a party above a bar in Mexico City. Literature’s most notorious party animals.

EB White on the role and responsibility of the writer.

The only three pieces of writing advice you will ever need. Number 3 applies to the publishing industry in general.

[W]hen I split an infinitive, God damn it, I split it so it will stay split… Raymond Chandler, editor’s delight.

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