Thanksgiving is fast upon us. At Dish Online, Robb Todd runs down a list of crazy Thanksgiving movies which is fitting given that this right here is a list too.
At the Chronicle of Higher Education, a paid for hire essay writer reveals the work he does to help students cheat. It’s a pretty interesting read.
Speaking of cheating, this guy is pretty angry about catching some cheaters.
Jason Sanford has written a writer’s guide to social media.
I love The Awl and they have a great feature where five writers discuss how they got their agents.
In today’s celebrity publishing news, Chelsea Handler will now have her own imprint at Grand Central (a division of Hachette).
Emily Gould writes an open letter to Tavi Gevenson and Jane Pratt. Tavi, you see, will be helping to relaunch Sassy Magazine. She’s like 13.
On the Dark Sky Magazine blog, Kevin Murphy asks if e-books serve the interests of independent literature.
Are you following the blog Hyperbole and a Half? You should be.
Nathan Ihara has some interesting thoughts on literary theft.