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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Wow, LibraryThing.com just gets cooler by the minute: So, here’s the deal: I put as many books as I want on the Member Giveaway program, and people sign up for them. As you can see (if you squint or click … Continue reading
The Wapshott Press was founded in 2007 to publish the work of an online friend who was having a run of bad luck. And the cherry on top was that a story that had previously been accepted by a small … Continue reading
Prestige, editing, publicity, and more prestige. Too bad editing and publicity are out the window. And if those two are gone, can prestige be far behind?
“T.S. Eliot, colonial and foreign accounts clerk for Lloyd’s Bank of London.” And more! Day Jobs, Lapham’s Quarterly, March 16, 2010 I find this very comforting somehow, but not enough to quit my day job.
“In all the talk about the failure of publishers to get with the times, secondary questions arise. Can you turn a J.D. Salinger into a Mark Cuban? Can writers whose writing emerges from antisocial tendencies become social networkers? Should we … Continue reading
Whoo-hoo! I have my own author page on LibraryThing.com. I even put some 22 year old photos of me on it. Anyone on LibraryThing who wants to do a review of any of my work (including stuff I’ve edited), but … Continue reading
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