My first published work is up on Rick Moody’s site, RateYourLodging.com, the fictional hotel reviewing site supporting the release of his new literary novel, Hotels of North America (Little, Brown, November 10, 2015).
In my piece, a characters from my forthcoming book, Maximal, comes face to face with a character from his own work. Seems he was once a finance exec who went down a literary path; funny how that should be. The encounter promotes his review of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin resort, a Starwood property recently in the news because of the pending acquisition of Starwood by Marriott, and it is this review/story that Moody published this week.
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Via Andrew Sullivan at the Daily Beast (and everywhere else on the web) the awesome winners and lucksters of the year. Happy New Year every one!
“Philip Schultz is a poet, fiction writer and educator. He has been teaching creative writing for nearly 30 years. In 1987, he founded the Writers Studio in New York. He won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for “Failure.” This clip aired on the Friday, September 16, 2011 show did not air on the 9/16 […]
Yesterday I spent two hours with Russell Shorto, author of Descartes Bones, thanks to The New School.
Bones for the Media
Who needs Wall Street? New York media has a friend in Washington.
The Size of Blog Space
To hear talk about it, blog space is so big that bloggers outnumbered people three or four to one. But is it really, or is burnout already setting in?
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Spring Awakening Closing in January
After a total gross of $52 million…not bad for “a bitch of a living”
It’s snowing in New York…and the weather’s bad
With snow in the City and on the financial markets, even Iceland is hoping for a little global warming
This just in from 1885
A fun review from Bill Peschel about poet Arthur Rimbaud “Rimbaud had abandoned poetry, but not fiction.”
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