Lit Link Loves: Our Internet Favs WINTER HOLIDAY EDITION

Once every few weeks or so we’ll feature our favorite literary links. This is our special winter holiday audio edition! Curl up by the fire and pour your favorite relaxing beverage (recommendations below).

From NPR:

We'll take a Carson McCullers, please.

From Minnesota Public Radio (get your hankies ready):

“A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote

Now That You've Had a Drink (or Three), Get up and Dance:

Various Artists – NO HO HO: Alternative Christmas Holiday Anthems

From The New Yorker, Fiction Podcast:

Stephanie Vaughn’s icy tale, Dog Heaven, read by Tobias Wolff

What are your favorite winter tunes & reads? Please share in the comments!

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