The Daily Square – Intense Edition

May 23rd, 2006 · No Comments
by Kassia Krozser

Today’s links of interest:

  • Dateline BEA: Managing Career Intensity
    You know, book to blog, blog to book, it’s all good.
  • Rank insubordination
    Laura Miller discusses why she *didn’t* participate in the NYT Best Books boondoggle.
  • Face-Lift XXX
    The Evil Editor believes only one genre is appropriate for this particular episode…
  • Our Far-Flung Correspondent
    George Saunders via the Rake. In other news, we are worried that the husband’s detailed recitation of each story in the new Saunders collection will dampen our enthusiasm for reading them. We’ll probably get over this eventually, but it is an c
  • Book Expo Dispatch: Targeting Litblogs
    Max discusses the whole BEA/traditional publishing industry/blogger trifecta. Without ranting. Max gets our special gold star for this.
  • The Reading Experience: Harold Bloom
    The Reading Experience looks at Harold Bloom with, well, love isn’t really the right word. We’ll let you figure out the correct description.
  • Paperback Reader: The Pink Ghetto by Liz Ireland
    Chicklit is dead. Long live chicklit! Wendy reviews a book that sounds, dare we say it?, like chicklit before everyone jumped on the bandwagon.

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