Our Internet Faves 10/27/2015

Twice a month, we feature our favorite literary links. As ever, we promise: You’ll laugh. You'll ponder. You won’t get any writing done. 


This article for The Atlantic poses a question for all up and coming writers trying to break into the literary scene: 

Should Literary Journals Charge Writers Just to Read Their Work?


With Halloween right around the corner, take a look at Huffington Post's list of top 10 books in the horror genre:

10 Scary Books That Will Seriously Keep You Up At Night


Dinty Moore, recipient of the GrubStreet Book Prize, wrote this piece for Biographile about Robert Benchley's humor and how it influenced him as a writer: 

On the Discovery of Humor and Robert Benchley


An author who coined the pseudonym Jesús Ángel García owns up to his use of cultural appropriation in this article for Lit Hub

When a White Writer Uses a Latino Pen Name


In The New Yorker, Dan Chiasson pays tribute to Boston poets John Wieners and John Updike:

The Bards of Boston


This PopSugar article features 21 adorable halloween costumes inspired by literary classics: 

21 Literary Halloween Costumes for Hardcore Book Lovers

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