Articles tagged “friday links”
Jack London loved braiding men’s hair, and 99 other completely untrue literary rumours.
You can do better than this, Jim. Feedback from James Joyce’s submission of Ulysses to his creative writing workshop.
Is this the smallest book ever printed? Sure, why not.
Rejection is an unpleasant experience. Take the edge off it by playing some rejection bingo.
Snoutfair, wonder-wench and other delightful words that should never have gone out of style.
Anne Sexton says it’s the sexiest meal of the day and Bilbo Baggins likes it so much he has it twice: what a character’s breakfast choices say about them.
The lovely literary window displays at Bergdorf Goodman.
If you lived in a world made of books, it might look a little something like this.
Personal ads in the New York Review of Books: helping nerds get dates since 1963.
What mode of communication should you use? Consult this handy flowchart for the answer.
10 movies that make writing out to look incredibly dangerous (and not a one about the perils of paper cuts).
Sylvia Plathypus and other literary puns, illustrated.