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Friday Links

A visual representation of the (apparently) 10 most read (well, sold) books in the world.

If it takes five years work to become a skilled blacksmith, how many years of work intensi­fied into nineteen hours a day, so that one year counts for five-how many years of such work, studying medium and form, art and artisan­ship, do you think a man, with native talent and something to say, required in order to reach a place in the world of letters where he received a thousand dollars cash iron money per week? I think maybe…I will be a blacksmith? Is that a thing?

Beautiful buildings made of books.

Depressed copywriter is depressed.

So maybe you’re saying, I don’t want to create a global phenomenon. I just want to write my little book about me and my little friends texting each other and such. And I’ll answer, Jane Austen already wrote that book, but okay. How to write the Great American Novel in 11 easy steps.

Remember those weird little booky sculptures that were turning up all over the place in Scotland? They’re baaaaaack! At…Ian Rankin’s house?


Alpha Reader

ANZ LitLovers

Bite the Book

The Conversation

Culture Mulcher

Diva Booknerd

Inside a Dog

Kids’ Book Review


Literary Minded

Meanjin Blog

Reading Tree


Scribe News

Speculating on SpecFic

The Wheeler Centre

Whispering Gums