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Olga Grushin – Forty Rooms

In Olga Grushin’s new novel, Forty Rooms (Marian Wood Books/Putnam), we follow a protagonist throughout her life during moments of import in, like the title suggests, forty different rooms. Some of these are in houses or apartments she inhabits, while others run the gamut from small-town library to suburban wine cellar.  Whatever the case, Grushin

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February 22, 2016

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: June 15, 2014

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: June 15

Another busy week in the wild world of book publishing. The United States has a new poet laureate, Neil Gaiman is miffed with Amazon, and Judge Cote adds yet another case against Apple and the big five publishers. We have a generous selection of footnotes on the value of bookstores, the bravery of librarians, the

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June 15, 2014

Jane Friedman and Manjula Martin – Scratch Magazine

Late Night Conversation, hosted by Douglas Silver Tonight’s episode is about making bank. Bringing in that cheddar. Stacking those Benjamins (okay, we’re writers; we’ll be happy with Lincolns). Tonight we’re talking about earning scratch through your writing, as Doug sits down with Jane Friedman and Manjula Martin, founding editors of Scratch, a digital quarterly focusing

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April 8, 2014

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