Eric Mayrhofer

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Write a story with Neil Gaiman

Great news book people! It's time to flex our creative muscles with the award-winning author, Neil Gaiman. He's taken over the Guardian Books site …

Miami Startup Helps Book Authors Help Themselves

Miami may have an emerging start-up culture but it definitely does not have much of a publishing culture.<p><b>Bookigee</b><p>For Bookigee, a Miami-based startup …

Self-Published Book Awards

<b>Prizes</b> <b><br>One Grand Prize winner will receive</b>:<p>$8,000 in cash<br>• A feature article about you and your book for the March/April 2019 issue of <i>Writer’s Digest</i><br>• A …

Permission Based Publishing: The New York Publishing Model (and Why It Doesn't Work)

Some years back I knew this guy who used to work at Time Warner Publishing, back in the heyday of the publishing world when publishers were the center of the universe and everything else was, well, just everything else. He told me that there was this song called "Everybody Wants to Rule the World," …

Paris Review - Richard Powers, The Art of Fiction No. 175

Interviewed by Kevin Berger<p>Issue 164, Winter 2002-2003<p>Until Richard Powers traveled to bookstores across the United States in 1998 to promote his sixth novel, <i>Gain</i>, he was as mysterious, having always spurned interviews, as he was revered. His cult of readers consumed, analyzed, and puzzled over his …

A few sunny summer books from years past to keep alive with today's kids.

Every year, I like to resurrect at least a few favorite older books to recommend for summer reading.<p><i>The 21 Balloons</i> by William Pène du Bois (Viking) …

Paris Review - Joseph Heller, The Art of Fiction No. 51

Interviewed by George Plimpton<p>Issue 60, Winter 1974<p>Joseph Heller, ca. 1986<p>This interview with Joe Heller took place during the week of the publication of <i>Something Happened</i>—a literary event of considerable significance, because the novel is only the second of the author’s career. The first, of …

Driving Down the Highway to Hell (or Christmasland)

Victoria McQueen has the ability to find lost objects by riding her bicycle on a covered bridge that no longer exists—a magical construct known as an</i> …

Kobo, Nudge and NetGalley to support Fiction Uncovered 2013 | Fiction Uncovered

May 1, 2013 – Fiction Uncovered today announced its latest supporters for the annual Fiction Uncovered promotion, which include Kobo, Nudge and …