I’ve come across many, many awesome links this week. Here are the best of the best:
Margaret Atwood is always wonderful. It’s starting to be Nobel Prize time. She should win. But probably won’t. Anyway, here are her 10 rules for writing fiction.
As long as The Paris Review keeps posting literary paint colors, I’ll keep linking them.
This is an extraordinarily interesting piece about Herman Melville’s trip to Jerusalem.
I find this blog post about how involved science should be in the humanities, really interesting.
Ever wonder what it would be like if Hemingway or, I don’t know, Meatloaf wrote Lord of the Rings? Me neither. But I sure am glad I got to find out.
Young peepul iz reedin’ the buks. Hawt dawg!
I’m definitely not the only person who finds pronoun usage trends really interesting. Right?
Apparently, books and the reading of them might help treat depression. Neat-o.
I loved this one. Crazy acts of writing.
If anyone should have part of Mars named after him, it’s Ray Bradbury.
I suppose this isn’t technically book-related, but it’s advice from a lonely robot on Mars. And it’s awesome.