Rules can ruin the kind of exciting language that makes literature rewarding, but some rules also enhance writing. It’s challenging to find the middle ground.
Times Literary Supplement
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A Close Look at the Thing We Call ‘Celebrity’
Why do we care about famous people?
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A Well-Rounded Scholar: The Many Alter Egos of A. D. Harvey
Charitably, we can see the practice of reviewing one’s own works as a kind of knowing critique of the insider trading that can occur among authors and reviewers. Why bother to solicit reviews for your books when you can write them yourself? There may, however, be something more poignant here. Even for holders of tenured […]