An Apostrophe Catastrophe, 100 Poems, and the Death of Languages [Literary Links]


Don’t do that… it’s confusing: Britain experiences an apostrophe catastrophe. [Via AP]

The inauguration poem has been mixed and remixed, but why settle for one poem when you could have 100? [Via Starting Today]

Every 14 days, one of them falls into extinction. And we’re not talking animals. [Via National Geographic]

Who knew that blogs could bolster the dying newspaper industry? [Via The Printed Blog]

A Very Short Introduction to Flarf [Via The Brooklyn Rail]

Finally, what we’ve all been waiting for: Project Runway for writers [Via I Was Born]

Notable bibliophile ends up in the slammer [Via The Independent]