First, some great Best of 2010 lists:
The 13 Most Underrated Books of 2010 (part of The Millions: A Year in Reading)
Aside from awesome “best of” lists, there are posts like these:
A Commonplace Blog says “No on Vonnegut”
Colin Marshall gives us: Consciousness on the Page: A Primer on the Novels of Nicholson Baker (The Millions)
Laila Lalami marks the end of her “Year of Silence” with an introduction to “Moroccan writer and critic Abdelfattah Kilito.”
I cannot read it, but you can: “Bend it Like Nabokov, i.e. Sinisterly (Part I)” (there are spoilers and Bend Sinister is on my TBR shortlist).
Reading Matters is making me jealous with all sorts of posts on Chinese bookshops, Chinese-Canadian authors, and such. Good stuff.
The Fiction Desk enters the publishing fray with a quarterly anthology of short stories.
The Tournament Of Books has announced its longlist for 2011 (and has put out a call for a Reader-Judge, entries must be in by December 19th).