The ZINNG: Stephen King, OITNB, and Ulysses

Stephen King reflects on the perceived successes of a busy writer in an op-ed to The New York Times: Can a Novelist Be Too Productive?”

Don't miss this feature by Sarah Weinman for The Life Sentence that profiles the amazing women who edited crime fiction.

Prepare to be disgusted by these five international serial killers profiled by The Lineup.

Travel back to Litchfield Penitentiary annd rejoin the women of Orange is the New Black with this nifty infograph that details the crimes (so far) of our favorite brightly-clad inmates, courtesy of Truthfinder.

James Joyce's Ulysses is considered to be one of the best books ever written, but Alison Flood at The Guardian peels back the curtain on the difficulties Joyce had in trying to find a U.K. publisher, as highlighted in two rare letters recently sold at auction.