Morning Bites: Borrowing From Zelda, Paul Williams, 18th Century Woodcuts, and More


The founder of Crawdaddy! and Philip K. Dick’s friend, literary executor and biographer, Paul Williams, passed away at the age of 64.

How much did F. Scott Fitzgerald borrow/steal/etc. from Zelda Fitzgerald?

Ron Currie Jr. talks about Wilco.

Amazon and Goodreads announced they’re a couple.

Always read something that starts out with “A series of woodcuts from an 18th century chapbook…

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