• There are so many film adaptations of books coming out this year, that you may need to create a whole new section on your TBR. BuzzFeed will get you started with 16 of them. 

• In an essay on The Millions, Adam Dalva points out an eerie number of similariities between himself and Theo Decker, the main character of Donna Tartt's novel, The Goldfinch

• Neatorama featured a couple of photos of artist Alicia Martin's seriously fantastic book scultpures—including one reminiscent of one of my other favorite things: a doughnut! 

• Vulture has a joint interview with two of Januaury's biggest authors: Gary Shteyngart and Chang-rae Lee

• 2014 is a big year for literary anniversaries, including the publication of Shel Silverstein's The Giving Tree (50 years ago), the release of James Joyce's The Dubliners (100 years ago) and the birth of Shakespeare (a whopping 450 years ago). Check out more anniversaries on the Fine Books & Collections blog. 

• If you're fascinated by tales of the infamous Algonquin Round Table, you'll want to check out the 1961 documentary about it posted over on the Jacket Copy blog. 

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