Midweek Links: Literary Links from Around the Web (October 19th)

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All the best literary links that are fit to, well, link

Paste magazine picks the 21 best horror novels of the 21st century

Most UK authors earn less than a living wage

Did you know the Germans don’t have a word for “memoir”?

Book thieves are targeting Little Free Libraries in Minnesota

Writing fan fiction with Margaret Atwood

Ottessa Moshfegh on writing predators and victims

Jonathan Lethem on fathers, hamburgers, and mind-readers

Ursula K. Le Guin on writing different genres of fiction

Thrillist picks the best graphic novels of all time

The fear of Donald Trump is creating a publishing trend in Japan

10 tales of possession to add to your October reading list

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