"small, warped, and bookish" -- What could possibly be better than that?
Marc Giai-Miniet is a French artist who makes creepy and fascinating dioramas that tend to feature reproductions of human organs, crime scenes, submarines in basements, and, wait for it … libraries.
TeleRead's 2013 Meeting Guide for Publishing
Eugene G. Schwartz has put together a helpful list of publishing conferences along with descriptions of each.
Best Tumblr ever?
Joe Wikert points out that
Just because I’m Facebook friends with you doesn’t mean we have the same reading interests. In fact, I’d be willing to bet my reading interests don’t map very well to any of my friends, real or virtual. . . . We try to take one aspect of our lives and have it spit out book recommendations. That model is doomed to fail every time.
In a way it sounds scary, but I'm also attracted to the idea of a service that could mine all of my online activity in order to provide book recommendations.
Beautiful-libraries.com (just what it sounds like)
Library ladders and spiral staircases galore!