Thursday, September 22, 2011

The James Fenimore Cooper rest stop

Publishers Weekly has started what appears to be a mini-series of posts devoted to weird stuff named after authors. Some of them make sense (an extinct species of large-toothed whale named after Herman Melville); some of them don't (two Michigan towns named after Rudyard Kipling, neither one of which he ever visited), but they're all entertaining.



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