Sunday Sundries: Literary Links from Around the Web (Feb. 8th)

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Looking for some Sunday reading? Here are some literary links from around the web that you might have missed:

Who doesn’t love little free libraries? The law, apparently

A look at Ian Ballantine, the man who made paperbacks popular

George R. R. Martin’s original plans for the ASOIAF/Game of Thrones series included a bizarre love triangle

An interview with Margaret Atwood on hope, science, and writing about the future

Oyster Review tells you everything you need to know about every Philip Roth novel

At The Millions, Steve Himmer has a moving essay on writing (and here’s our recent interview with Himmer)

Why don’t Americans read more foreign fiction?

To Shill a Mockingbird: my take on the new controversy around the new Harper Lee novel

Can a novel’s complexity be reduced to a few data points? The Paris Review takes a look at some new story research

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