Last Time With Geoff
In our last conversation with highly-acclaimed British author Geoff Dyer, whose fourth novel Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi is published this week, we discuss inter alia how the writer deals with critics, the vagaries of the writer’s life, and the classic dilemma of the romantic poet.
In today’s Write Report, Donna reports that children’s books are increasingly going multimedia. If all our work is to be pirated in the digital future, then we’d better find lots of alternative ways to “monetize” our manuscripts…
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