Reuters talks with Karen Joy Fowler about the writing life, genre vs. literary and her new novel WIT’S END.
Clea Simon has a positive view on Michael Stanley’s delightful debut mystery A CARRION DEATH.
Susan Hughes of CanWest News Service takes a tour of legal London.
The Independent’s Boyd Tonkin wonders whether the Arab world is ready for a literary revolution.
Rachel Donadio has been hanging out at too many literary memorials.
Another late link: the Orange Prize shortlist.
Chad Post wants to know where the American coverage of the London Book Fair has disappeared to this year. You and me both….
And finally, a lost work of Johann Sebastian Bach unearthed! My music theory geek heart is gladdened.