Do I Make Myself Clear?: Why writing well matters by Harold Evans
What Editors Do: The art, craft, and business of book editing edited by Peter Ginna
The Most Dangerous Book:: The battle for James Joyce’s Ulysses by Kevin Birmingham
Mary Cunnane, who has worked in the publishing industry since 1976, laments the laziness and irritation of those publishers who resent and underestimate unsolicited submissions from authors... (read more)
The coffin sat on a chrome trolley at the front of the pews. In the end we only need a box six feet by two, and how small it looks ... the imagination falters.... (read more)
British author Glen Duncan released his eighth novel this year, the title of which, The Last Werewolf, is fairly self-explanatory. Although a much more philosophical (and entertaining) read than one might imagine in our current supernaturally-dominated ‘box-office’ novel landscape, Duncan’s book was a marked departure from an author better known for h ...