Morning Bites: Well-Dressed Bookstores,Dysfunctional Families in Fiction, Fitzgerald’s Diary, Writer’s Block Soup, and More


Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean recall how The Sandman came to be.

A bookstore in the Club Monaco flagship store? This calls to mind this Paris Review piece one of our Vol. 1 editors wrote.

A list of the 24 most dysfunctional families in literature.

Casey N. Cep on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s teenage diary.

Looks like the Letters of Note book is a very real thing.

A soup recipe to  take care of writer’s block.

 Randy Rosenthal at The Coffin Factory takes a look at Jonathan Franzen’s The Kraus Project.

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