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Sean Beaudoin interviews the author of Scowler, Trollhunters, and The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch. Continue reading
Helena Baptiste sits down with Mat Johnson to discuss writing, publishing, race, and his new novel LOVING DAY. Continue reading
Now the literary gatekeeper is a few thousand lines of code.
Amazon’s power move on Hachette is hardly unprecedented in the world of publishing, J.E. Fishman reports. Also not new: writers getting screwed.
Sean Beaudoin exposes the underbelly of the Manhattan publishing elite so thoroughly that Upton Sinclair’s estate threatens a lawsuit.
In which Alex Clark gives you the second half of EL James’ book, so you don’t have to read the not-so-dramatic conclusion yourself.