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!

Self Love

-TODAY is the Downtown Holiday Book Sale! Find out more info on our post: [HBB]

-‘Little Hawaiian Cookbooks’ make great stocking stuffers! [HBB]

-We’re on Instagram now! Follow us at @hawaiireads.

Hawaii Literary

-What happens when local lines get crossed. Find out in this interview with Boi No Good author Chris McKinney. [HONOLULU Mag]

-Writing As Menehune. An interesting post from Being Menehune author J. Arthur Rath III. [menehuneRATH]

-Give the gift of literacy this holiday season. Provide Hawaii Literacy with a donation. [Hawaii Literacy]

-Holiday gift ideas: more cookbooks! Some good local suggestions. [HONOLULU Mag]

-Hawaiian author Bill Fernandez’s website. [Kauai Bill Fernandez]

-Boy Is Gone. An excerpt from Lost Generations: A Boy, A School, A Princess by Arthur Rath. [Hawaii Reporter]

-USS Arizona Memorial inspires photographer to capture Pearl Harbor images. [The Issaquah Press]

-Check out the latest issue of Paradise Review with fiction, poetry and visual art. [Paradise Review]

-”Boss of the Food” by Lois-Ann Yamanaka. An English Project Video. [YouTube]

-A brief review of Molokai by Alan Brennert. [Chaos, Coffee, & a Bookshelf]

-Happy Hula Days! Some book picks from Haole Wood author Dee DeTarsio. [Dee DeTarsio]

-New Hawaii novel released: Loving Under Waterfalls by Sydney Theodora. [Craigslist]

General Literary

-100 Notable Books of 2012. [New York Times]

-Goodreads Choice Awards. Best Books of 2012. [Goodreads]

-How cool is this? A collaboration between Powell’s and Rogue Ales: White Whale Ale. [Powell's]

-Reading Rainbow Remixed. [YouTube]

-Want to know what some Honolulu chefs are reading now? Well, go ahead now. [HONOLULU Mag]

-An e-reader arrives on the kitchen shelf. [Tumblr]

Links Free-For-All

-Once-in-a-lifetime 12/12/12 date spawns mass weddings, superstitions. [CNN]

-12/12/12 is Here: How to Celebrate the Century’s Last Repeating Date. [Mashable]

-NPR Music’s 100 Favorite Songs of 2012. [NPR]

-Georgia O’Keefe’s Hawaii. [New York Times]

-A Hawaiian Sunset Rainbow (Time Lapse Video) [Slate]

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