The Rumpus Sunday Book Blog Roundup
“I feel that for writers, an obsession with what is elegant or what is a cliché or not a cliché can become very inhibiting.” Booker Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro stands up for cliches. (via Bookninja)
“Laughs were out, torture porn was in.” Colin Bateman wonders what happened to humor in crime fiction.
GIANT wants to know what you would miss most if civilization were dismantled.
Hobart has a roundtable discussion of authors talking about publishing their first book. (via LHB)
At PANK, why you aren’t ready to be a writer. Read this one. It’s very good.