Midweek Links: Literary Links from Around the Web (December 17th)

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Looking for some interesting reading to get you through the week? Here are some literary links from around the web to check out:

Our Best Novels of 2015, Best Short Story Collections of 2015, and Best Nonfiction Books of 2015 lists have gone up!

An interview with book critic Michael Schaub

“I still think the men who can really be trusted are a minority” says Elena Ferrante

New Republic has asked writers to talk about Lolita on the famous novel’s 60th birthday

Marlon James is planning to write an “African Game of Thrones” fantasy epic

Entropy mag celebrates great literary advocates of 2015

Fader asks the writers of the year’s best books what their favorite books were

A guide to the fantasy works of Diana Wynne Jones

Why the UK’s biggest bookstore chain is doing better than Barnes & Noble

News reports that a Philly school banned Mark Twain are a little exaggerated

And a history of punctuation for the internet age

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The @PublishrsWeakly Twitter Account Is Calling Publishing to Task

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