David Ebershoff is author of The Rose City, a collection of seven short stories about men and boys forging their way in a chaotic world (Viking; Weidenfeld & Nicholson in the UK, May 2001). David also is publishing director for The Modern Library , an imprint of Random House.
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A monthly column written by an Authorlink contributing editor. We welcome your questions, comments and input to this page. ASK... View Article
Novelist Neal Bowers' latest work, Loose Ends (Random House, Spring 2001), is a darkly funny tale whose style and wit mark the debut of a very special writer. Here he talks candidly to aspiring Authorlink writers about his career as an author published by a major house.
Julie Salamon is an author, journalist and critic whose books include The Devil's Candy (a national bestseller), The Net of Dreams, White Lies, and The Christmas Tree--a New York Times bestseller. She is now a television critic for The New York Times. Her latest book, Facing the Wind, A True Story of Tragedy and Reconciliation (click to order via Amazon.com), will be released by Random House in April, 2001.
In Search Of That Mysterious Element Called "Voice" Editors and agents often say that what they seek in a publishable... View Article
Considering Self-Publishing? Examine Pros and Cons ". . .the new breed of vanity press has a few fatal flaws." Many... View Article
Wes DeMott, author of the successful political thrillers, VAPORS and WALKING K (both from Admiral House Publishing), answers some key questions about the components of a successful novel based on truth. DeMott, a former FBI Agent and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team member, writes from his own experiences, and enjoys helping fellow writers improve their craft.
"Fame isn't the source of true happiness. . . " Women Co-authors Share in Success of Chicken Soup Hard Work... View Article
"Every dedicated writer gives up–with great regularity." Falling Down the Rabbit Hole How to survive life as a writer By... View Article
The Internet has become what old 'hand-selling' used to be. –Laurie Chittenden, Editor, Simon & Schuster First Authorlink!/Star-Telegram Conference a... View Article