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"It's a pretty good piece of fiction, I'm surprised he couldn't get it published in his lifetime."
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"I'm sorry-you tapped into something no one cares about."
Tags:writer, writers, author, authors, novelist, novelists, journalist, journalists, editor, editors, publish, publishers, publishing, journalism, niche market, niche markets, apathy, apathetic, bad writer, bad writers, bad writing, modern life, modern times, modern attitudes, algorithm, algorithms, the algorithm, idea, ideas
"My wife! My best friend! Advance uncorrected galleys of my new book!"
Tags:embarrass, embarrasses, humiliate, humiliates, humiliating, humiliation, humiliations, draft, drafts, rough draft, rough drafts, writer, writers, author, authors, unfinished work, unfinished works, galley, galleys, manuscript, manuscripts, publish, publishes, publisher, publishers, publishing, editor, editors, cheat, cheats, cheater, cheaters, infidelity, spouse, spouses, best friend, best friends, wife, wives, husband, husbands
"She went off the grid to write a book about being off the grid so she could come back to a better place on the grid."
Tags:grid, off the grid, go off the grid, going off the grid, writer, writers, author, authors, self-help, publish, publishes, publishing, hypocrite, hypocrites, hypocrisy, capitalist, capitalists, capitalism, aspire, aspires, aspiring, upgrade, upgrades, upgrading, move up, moves up, moving up, famous
'A-ha, They spelled 'Kloprinol' with a 'c''
"I publish unfettered on the web."
Tags:writer, writers, author, authors, men, man, drinks, drinking, publishers, publish, publishing, internet, web, online, self-publish, self-publishing, brag, bragging, flex, flexing, pride, proud, independent, colleague, colleagues, censorship, editing, editor, editors, freedom, braggart, braggarts
"Say, how about a book by Koch, O'Connor, and Bob Hope?"
'Oh yes we're very proud of him. He's in publishing you know!'
"Michael self-published his novel then boughtt up his own film rights."
Tags:writer, writers, writing, book, books, novel, novels, self-publishing, self-publishers, self-publishing, self-publishers, self-published, self published, self publishers, self publishing, self publisher, self-publisher, film rights, film, circular logic, publish, publishing, publisher, self purchasing, author, authors, novelist, novelists
"Now I have to start pretending I like graphic novels too?"
Tags:book, books, book shop, book shops, book store, book stores, comic, comics, graphic novel, graphic novels, publish, publishing, publishers, publisher, window display, window displays, shop window, shop windows, trend, trends, following trends, comic book, comic books, culture, cultured, hipster, hipsters, book snob, book snobs, high culture
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Professor McWit, Didn't Publish, So Perished.
"Your book stinks—we want to publish it."
Tags:publish, publishing, publisher, publishers, bestseller, bestsellers, bestselling, author, authors, writer, writers, lowest common denominator, lowest common denominators, advance, publishing deal, publishing deals, writer, writers, author, authors, novel, novels, novelist, novelists, critic, critics, critique, critiques, pitch, pitches, pitch meeting, pitch meetings, manuscript, manuscripts, manuscript submission, manuscript submissions, submit, submits, submitting, book deal, book deals
"Chaucer on lyne thrie."
"You know what I wish? I wish there was a foundation that gave grants just to lie fallow for a year or so."
Tags:grant, grants, lazy, laziness, writer, writers, writing, author, authors, journalist, journalists, journalism, write, writing, writing process, manuscript, manuscripts, fund, funds, funding, literature, novel, novels, novelist, novelists, wish, wishes, wishing, idea, ideas, inspiration, inspirations, grant money, freelance, freelances, freelancing, freelancer, freelancers, recharge, recharges, recharging, publish, publishes, publishing, publisher, publishers, fund, funds, funding, creative, creative process, creativity
Book Shop: DYI section
'A large Federal study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that large federal studies don't prove anything.'
'Enforcing the publish or perish rule, Dean McWit?'
"Dear Author: It is with great pleasure that we reject your latest. Yours, The Editors."
Tags:author, authors, writer, writers, writing, email, emails, rejection, reject, rejected, turned down, aspiring writer, aspiring writers, aspiring author, aspiring authors, book, books, novel, novels, publish, published, publisher, publishers, disappointment, disappointments, disappointing, literature
"It's publish or perish, and he hasn't published."
Tags:writer, writers, writing, write, author, authors, literary, literacy, literature, book, books, novel, novels, professor, professors, lecturer, lecturers, teacher, teachers, career, careers, success, fail, failure, succeed, academics, graduate, graduates, publish or perish, publish, published, publisher, publishers, perish, die, died, dead
"Congratulations! Your manuscript was the one-millionth personal memoir submitted to us this year."
Tags:biography, biographies, autobiography, autobiographies, memoir, memoirs, personal memoirs, reward, rewards, writer, writers, author, authors, crowded market, crowded markets, crowded marketplace, publish, publishers, publishing, submission, submissions, self centred, self-centred, self centered, self-centered, pretentious, pretentiousness, pretension
'Can you redo this manuscript, John, and make it less stupid?'
Book publisher telling author about some changes needed.
With the aid of an abacus, Elizabeth Barrett Browning counts the ways.
Tags:elizabeth barrett browning, abacus, literature, poetry, poets, barrett browning, browning, elizabeth browning, let me count the ways, count the ways, sonnet 43, abolitionist, slavery, abolition of slavery, abolition, count, counting, math, maths, mathematics, mathematical, love, poem, poems, romanticism, literal, literally, poetry, publish, published, publication, quote, quotes, history, historical figure
"Well, I have to tell your publisher something."
Tags:writer, writers, author, authors, novelist, novelists, balloon, balloon, deflated, deflation, deflated balloon, deflated balloons, publish, publishers, fail, failed, failing, writers block, writer's block, uninspired, inspiration, depressed, depression, depressive, depressives, failure, failures, let down, let downs, let-down, let-downs