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The Lineup: Weekly Links

Contrasted ConfinementTHE REVISIONISTS author Thomas Mullen’s poignant essay on a song that reminds him of winter ran on NPR at the end of last week. Check it out!

Speaking of Tom, USA Today‘s Pop Traveler blog mentions Thomas Mullen in a roundup of Atlanta by Rachel Mason.

The first trade review of Joe R. Lansdale’s EDGE OF DARK WATER has just been published! In a starred review, Publishers Weekly wrote of Lansdale’s upcoming novel: “Edgar-winner Lansdale channels Mark Twain in this chillingly atmospheric stand-alone. Lansdale’s perfect ear for regional dialogue and ability to create palpable suspense lift this above the pack.” PW’s review joins a stellar list of blurbs from the likes of  Dan Simmons, Joe Hill, Daniel Woodrell, David Morrell, and Bruce Campbell.

Nick Santora, author of the upcoming FIFTEEN DIGITS and writer of  The Sopranos, Law & Order, Prison Break and Breakout Kings, has a killer new website! Check it out here.

Mark Krajnak has a moody tribute to a David Goodis-inspired trip that you should check out below:

Don’t miss the beautiful stop-motion video put together by booksellers that has everyone talking:

…and you might notice something a little different about Google, Wikipedia, Reddit, Boing Boing and more today. Here’s why.

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