• Friday's Links

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    Oct
    8

    — Mario Vargas Llosa pulls down the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature. Plenty of roundups to choose from, but I enjoy theĀ Literary Saloon.

    — The Chamber Four Anthology is now available for free download. 25 of the best stories published on the web in the past year, as chosen by the C4 editors. Recommended.

    — A piece from the Boston Phoenix about literary tattoos, featuring our friend Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich.

    — This is pretty disgraceful.

    — I once gave some serious thought to writing a long piece about growing up with the Hardy Boys. Now I don’t have to.

    — This interactive literary map of Manhattan is pretty fun and educational. (Thanks, Shuchi)

    — For our Florida friends and members, here are some aerial shots of the opposite coast.

    — Benjamin Percy on the need to go “All In” as a writer. (Speaking of all in, whatever happened to that Texas Hold ‘Em craze? Sure, WBN moves to Austin and suddenly the game is yesterday’s biscuits.)

    — So many of you did such a fine job reading your work at the now-defunct WineStyles in Palm City. What do you think of these ten reading tips from the lovely & talented Heidi Durrow?

    — SHAMELESS PLUG OF THE WEEK: The new WriteByNight website has gone live. Check out all of our new offerings.

    — I leave you this week with a photo of this cafe that looks like a sideways library, shared by WBN friend Sean Clark. Just plain cool.

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