The Publicity Paradox

February 23rd, 2010 · 12 Comments

Today, we welcome back author Pam Jenoff, who wrote a great article for Booksquare called “A Rose By Any Other Name: Has Genre Become Irrelevant?”. Today, Pam explores publicity challenges facing authors, including shifts in world of literary agents as they develop programs to help authors in the wild world of publicity. As you’ll see, […]

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A Rose By Any Other Name: Has Genre Become Irrelevant?

July 30th, 2007 · 34 Comments

[BS: How a novel is marketed often signifies how it is perceived. And, as we all know, genre designation does not necessarily adequately capture the essence of a book. Today, we bring you Pam Jenoff, author of the gorgeous The Kommandant’s Girl, who has experienced the ping pong nature of genre designation firsthand (and survived […]

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