Sunday Sundries: Literary Links from Around the Web (January 24th)

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

Tom Gauld

Tom Gauld illustrates some undramatic plots

January is a bleak month, but you can make it even bleaker with these new books

Will our novels soon be written by robots?

Is Denis Johnson’s ‘Jesus’ Son’ a ‘Red Cavalry’ Rip-Off?

James Patterson’s new book is about to blow up. Literally.

There’s a new Lovecraft-inspired beer that will drive you to utter madness

Why if the authors starve, we all go hungry

Are Thomas Pynchon’s books just made to be adapted to film?

Claudia Rankine’s poetry book Citizen has been a huge success for Graywolf with 40,000 copies in print

Publishers can now monitor how you read, but will that change publishing?

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