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The Spiritual Writer

April 1, 2002 12:00 am Published by Comments Off on The Spiritual Writer

A monthly column written by an Authorlink contributing editor. We welcome your questions, comments and input to this page. ASK... View Article


An Exclusive Authorlink Interview with David Ebershoff

March 1, 2002 7:47 pm Published by Comments Off on An Exclusive Authorlink Interview with David Ebershoff

In addition to his publishing role at Random House, David Ebershoff is the author of The Danish Girl and The Rose City. The Danish Girl won the Rosenthal Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts & Letters and the Lambda Literary Award. His latest work, Pasadena, a novel, will be released by Random House in the summer of 2002. David is a visiting lecturer in fiction writing at Princeton, and lives in New York City.


An Exclusive Authorlink Interview With Martha Levin

March 1, 2002 7:40 pm Published by Comments Off on An Exclusive Authorlink Interview With Martha Levin

Martha Levin joined Simon & Schuster last April to expand the Free Press’s serious nonfiction lines to include literary fiction and other works. As publisher, she is responsible for every aspect of the publishing process: what the Free Press buys, publishes, how the house promotes, publicizes, how the books look, and what books get reprinted.


An Exclusive Authorlink Interview With Michael Seidman

March 1, 2002 7:23 pm Published by Comments Off on An Exclusive Authorlink Interview With Michael Seidman

Michael Seidman is a veteran New York editor who oversaw Walker & Company's crime line for more than a decade until January 2002 when Walker closed the line. Michael continues to serve as an editorial consultant for the Company.


eBook Experts Look to Bright New Era for Digital Publishing

February 15, 2002 12:00 am Published by Comments Off on eBook Experts Look to Bright New Era for Digital Publishing

The death of digital books has been greatly exaggerated! In related news, a distinguished panel of top representatives from the eBook divisions of Microsoft, Adobe, Palm, Digital Media and MobiPocket were scheduled to discuss emerging eBook technologies at the Seybold Seminars in New York on February 21.