Roxane Gay writes about “Modern Submission Convenience,” and what is gained–and lost–now that we have it.
Haruki Murakami is in the news quite a bit these days for his new book, IQ84. Read an excerpt that was published a few weeks ago in The New Yorker (translation by Jay Rubin).
The New York Times asks: “Will Amazon’s plan shake up the book publishing industry as more writers have the option of a one-stop shop: agent, publisher and bookseller? Are publishers still needed?” A virtual roundtable of respondents replies.