Welcome 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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-Our own Misty reviews the Kalaupapa memoir My Name is Makia.  [Honolulu Star-Advertiser] *requires subscription

Hawaii Literary

-Nice tribute post to author Eddie Sherman, who recently passed away at 88. [Watermark Publishing Blog]

-Find out the thoughts of Hawaii author Toby Neal (Blood Orchids) on the latest Aloha Writers Conference. [Toby Neal]

Lost Kingdom now out in paperback. PLUS some good ponder points for book groups. [Red Room]

-Twitterview with Island Paradise Publisher Kerry Germain from HiCM. [Storify]

-Review of Charley Memminger’s Aloha, Lady Blue. [Kirkus Review]

-Learn more about best-selling author and Molokai resident Mike Bond’s latest novel Saving Paradise. [Hawaii News Now]

-Children’s book, Cacy & Kiara and the Curse of the Ki’i, features Big Island. [Hawaii 24/7]

-Books About Hawaii for Pre-Kinder Classroom Use. [Yahoo!]

-Authors and writers unite at Aloha Writers Conference and Retreat. [Examiner]

-Indie Author Press Release: Day Camp in Hawaii by Paula Hrbacek. [Daniel Alexander]

General Literary

-Tale of Gorilla’s Renewed Life Wins Newbery Award. [NYT: Arts Beat]

-Why Public Libraries Matter: And How They Can Do More. [Forbes]

-The Best Fictional Libraries in Pop Culture. [Flavorwire]

-Marathon Readings Attract City’s Literati for Epic Events. [Wall Street Journal]

-What Happened To Experimental Writing? [Publishers Weekly]

-The Curious Appeal of Alice. [OUPblog]

-7 Books That Would Make Great TV Shows. [EW]

-Dickens, Austen and Twain, Through a Digital Lens. [NYT]

-10 Literary Board Games for Book Nerds. NERDS!!!! [Flavorwire]

Non-Lit Links

-You’ve been waiting for it all year sports fans… PUPPY BOWL IX! Here are the starting lineups: [Animal Planet]

-57 Songs That Sound The Same. [Complex Music]

-Pulp Fiction almost starred Daniel-Day Lewis as Vincent Vega. [FilmDrunk]

-11 Internet-Related Plots from ’90s TV Shows. [mental_floss]

-Yes, Pro Wrestling! ‘The End of the “Intergender” Debate,’ now with video evidence. [Dirty Dirty Sheets] [gn_divider /]

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