Sunday Sundries: Literary Links from Around the Web (March 1st)

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

A.N. Devers gives a primer on the fantastic fiction of Kelly Link

Jedediah Barry on books that double as labyrinths

Some controversial thoughts on writing from an ex-MFA teacher

An interview with the publisher of NYRB Classics

When whimsy becomes a weapon: Rob Spillman on Miranda July

“We’re all exploited here”: editors talk about paying writers

And an infographic on the day jobs of famous writers

A new journal of illustrated fiction for your pocket launches today

Is Jim Harrison the Rodney Dangerfield of literature?

Alexander Chee reviews the new Jonathan Lethem and talks about the pleasures of minor works by major writers

Kiese Laymon reviews the new Paul Beatty, calling it one of the most important books of the 21st century

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