The movies get it all wrong. You don’t justÂ spewÂ out some Latin,Â crank upÂ Judas Priest, draw a pentagram on your notebook during study hall,
Many editorsÂ are coy when asked about the type of books they want. They pay lip service to the ideal of furthering great literature and artistic experimentation and then they publish a Nicole RitchieÂ novel.
Â At a time when young authors earn lavish advances for books about drinking or their wealthy parents, Anya Kamenetz stands apart.
Social observer extraordinaire Michael Flocker has written three well-received books on style, leisure, and our celebrity-obsessed culture. He brings a keen eye,
Â Mark Cuban is an extremely successful businessman, a popular sports franchise owner, and someone who isn’t afraid to question the status quo.
For writers struggling to get an agent or a publisher, it’s almost too big of a dream to think of reaching the best-seller list.