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

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

The Millions takes a look at “sheep lit” (books about sheep and shepherds)

Planning a literary road trip? Use this Google map of famous novels

Vulture wonders when books got so freaking enormous

Alexander Chee discusses the problems with wunderkinds and why it isn’t bad to be a late bloomer

Michael Moorcock calls The Vorrh “one of the most original works of visionary fiction since Mervyn Peake” (see our interview with The Vorrh author B. Catling here)

Has Mulan Kundera’s reputation been irreparably damaged?

VICE talks to master crime author James Ellroy “about the bygone days of the LAPD”

A comparison of the bookshelves of Bill Gates and Osama Bin Laden… for some reason

Need a quick read? 24 books you can read in under an hour each

Lastly, Flavorwire has a great list of “22 Thrilling, Imaginative, and Twisted Genre Books By Women”

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