Beautiful FT piece by Leah Price with interviews of writers and photographs of their libraries (FT site registration required). It is a small sampler of what sounds like a book I must acquire as soon as possible: Unpacking My Library: Writers and their Books, published by Yale University Press later this month.
Also, Alan Garner, Alan Turing. (Via Sarang.) It would have to be said that few books I've ever read have stayed with me as strongly as Andrew Hodges's Alan Turing: The Enigma (read when I was 21 or so) and Alan Garner's The Owl Service (read when I was 8 or 9). In short, a slightly uncanny nexus for me.
(NYRB Classics has just reissued Garner's novel Red Shift.)