As you know, I’m a huge advocate of learning as much about the publishing industry as possible.
My affinity for the work of Andrew Vachss is well known. So I’m glad to say that Vachss’s anti-hero Burke is back.
I’ve been drowning in work the last couple of weeks, but I believe I’ve pulled myself to safety.
Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a book deal with Pan Macmillan for a work entitled Moments: The Way I Feel.
I’m working on a project where I need to reach some rock guitar heroes. Some of these guys were staples of the eighties and are now not as well-known.
I am officially declaring a temporary moratorium on “I read it for the articles” jokes for this post.
The free copy of John Twelve Hawks’s The Dark River was claimed by a lucky reader in California. Thanks to everyone who emailed!
It’s an oft-repeated legend. And who knows if it’s even true? But it’s a good one.
As Rick Bass recounts in his introduction to 1993 University Press of Mississippi combined volume Boomerang and Never Die,