The Rumpus Sunday Book Blog Roundup
Someone bought Agatha Christie’s old “battered” trunk for a hundred quid at auction, and in it, she found some jewels, most likely from the great mystery writer’s infamous collection. (via Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind)
Someone made a font out of Franz Kafka’s handwriting! The post is in German, but even if you don’t speak the language, it’s kinda cool to look at. (via Quarterly Conversation)
Got writer’s block? This list of “unusual firearms” should do the trick.
A look at romance novels from the perspective of evolutionary biology. (via Bookninja)
James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel talk with Rain Taxi about how we define science fiction. (via Mumpsimus)
And finally, a Cambodian reflection on Virginia Woolf.