huki-linksWelcome to Huki Links – a biweekly post highlighting some of our favorite literary links and more from across the ‘net!

For more about Huki-Links, check out our inaugural post. The best part of the “huki” is that we all pull together, if you find any fun or interesting book related links/articles please feel free to share them via comments or contact us!

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Self Love

-Read our review of Timeline Hawaii, the book with something for everybody.

-The lovely covers of Honolulu Magazine, in this book: 125 Years of Covers.

Hawaii Literary

The Friends of the Library of Hawaii Book + Music Sale is coming up this weekend and Aloha Got Soul is excited!

-Experiencing the poetry of witness: an interview with The Nanjing Massacre: Poems author Wing Tek Lum.

-Think Tech Hawaii looks at upcoming Under the Blood Red Sun film based on Graham Salisbury novel.

-Here’s a cool video that combines the Kaau Crater Boys’ “Surf” with the words from local keiki book Geckos Surf.

-Haoles: An excerpt from Donald Carreira Ching’s Between Sky and Sea.

Author loves Hawaii – and hates it. Chas Smith explores dark undercurrents of surf culture. And companion piece.

-Smart Girls in the Arts looks at Kristiana Kahakauwila’s This is Paradise.

Native writers and authors come together at Indigenous Reading Series, including Kahakauwila.

-Review of Damien, The Making of a Saint.

-Review paper for Aloha America by Adria L. Imada.

-Library program explores the legacy of Queen Lili‘uokalani

Exciting interview with Aloha Joe in Hawaii author Joe Holt!!

Live Aloha is an “in-depth look at Hawaiian culture.” PR!

Writing exercises with Big Island’s Darien Gee!

General Literary

-NPR’s guide to 2013’s best reads.

-It’s The Millions’ Most Anticipated: The Great 2014 Book Preview.

-Texas library offers glimpses of bookless future.

-You enjoy this: The British Library just made 100 million images public domain.

Books are the latest victims of Lebanon’s violence.

-35 perfect examples of the art of the short story.

-The surprising food and booze habits of famous authors.

The Silmarillion Project: Tumblr with some nice art.

Non-Literary Links

-Cool, printable 2014 calendar from nupepa-hawaii! (Print)

-This Vine Magician needs only six seconds to melt your brain. (Social Media)

-A little pimping: Ellison’s Island Air unveils new logo as part of restructuring. (Aviation)

-A cool history tracing of NCAA conferences. (Sports)

Craft beer in paradise: Hawaii. “Hey you forgot Big Island Brewhaus!” (Drink)

-Gotta love dem Presidential doodles.

Animal Fun

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