Monthly Archives: May 2014

All Authors Need to Know

As parents, we sometimes miss vital news in our industry. This blog entry from the New York Times describes a vital current issue with which all authors — established, emerging, self-published, and not-yet-published — need to familiarize themselves. There is a war going on (James Patterson called it a war) in the industry. If you read no […]

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2014 Spring Season closes with readings by André Aciman, Alexi Zentner, and Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.

A beautiful Spring event to close our eleventh season of Salons. André Aciman read a poignant essay about how quickly children grow up and move out of the house. Alexi Zentner talked about the taboo subject of parental rage, and how children change a man. Miranda Beverly-Whittemore read from her new novel, Bittersweet. On its […]

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