‘Tis the season for book gifting and sales! Danielle Dutton‘s Dorothy, a publishing project, is offering a special holiday deal on its two seasons of terrific books.
Caleb Crain, author of American Sympathy: Men, Friendship, and Literature in the New Nation discusses the mixed feelings that a writer is subject to when it's time to let go of a book.
Elissa Schappell thinks writers need to stop whining. "Writers seem to think that by virtue of intellect or sensitivity that we suffer more than others, that the work we do is more necessary than other work. This idea is not only ridiculous, it’s shameful," she wrote after 2paragraphs asked her "What Do You Like Least About Being A Writer?" Pair with: our interview with her earlier this year.