Sunday Sundries: Literary Links from Around the Web (January 11th)

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

Karen Swallow Prior says T. S. Eliot invented the hipsters… before it was cool

The Millions rounds-up the best advice writers have ever received

Writers on Twitter, be careful! Retweeting your own praise might make you a monster!

Pankaj Mishra and Benjamin Moser debate if writers can still “make it new”

Mark Zuckerberg is creating the world’s largest book club

Ben Lerner: ‘People say, “Oh, here’s another Brooklyn novel by a guy with glasses”’

Get distracted while listening to audiobooks? Here’s why

Got a question about cats, jazz, or ghosts? Haruki Murakami is starting an advice column for fans

8 authors who became successes after 50

Celeste Ng helps us get over our Asian-American women writers blindspot

Lastly, if you haven’t read The Millions first-half book preview, you really should

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