The Literary Life

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Here is the next episode of The Literary Life hosted and produced by Penguin!!

I haven't had a chance to listen yet, but it sounds like a great episode!
Sigrid Nunez, author of Salvation City, discusses where she finds inspiration. I've heard such amazing things about her book and hope to read it soon! This episode includes other great topics: musician Joe Pernice performs and speaks about his new novel It Feels So Good When I Stop; Amy Einhorn, publisher and editor of The Help, discusses how an editor finds and works with prominent authors and Virginia Ironside, author of You’re Old, I’m Old, Get Used To It, rants about why you shouldn’t write in the present tense.

I'm sure I'll enjoy the present tense discussion... I've read books lately in this tense that I've enjoyed, but typically I find it irritating!

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2 comments:

Zibilee said...

I am so excited about Salvation City! I have it in my stack and am going to be reading it soon. Can't wait! I am going to have to give this recording a listen too! Thanks for sharing!

Jenny said...

Maybe we can read it together and do some kind of co-review!!

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