Monday’s Margins: Happy Baby Movie, Hallelujah!

Over at The Rumpus, Stephen Elliott is making a movie about his novel Happy Baby (remember our 2004 interview on the book?) and needs your help.

The New York Times says “Hallelujah” became a religious experience when Leonard Cohen took it on the road.

And here are 25 Notable Books of 2012 Unfairly Overlooked by The New York Times. (Did they leave out Cheryl Strayed’s Wild just to see if we were paying attention?)

The Washington Post explains The Voice is All: The Lonely Victory of Jack Kerouac by Joyce Johnson.

Derek Alger writes about cancer, Mortality, and A Debt Owed to Christopher Hitchens.

Read Elmore Leonard’s classic Ten Rules for Writing.

I could pee on this.

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