Monthly Archives: December 2012

Publishing is a small world too

Felix Skinner of Lecky, Windrush and Bernstein is, like the happy band of literary scholars in David Lodge’s Small World, no stranger to the academic conference circuit. The firm somehow forgot to send out review copies of Philip Swallow’s book … Continue reading

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The publisher moves from fact to fiction

There are real people in Ian McEwan’s Sweet Tooth.  Martin Amis and Ian Hamilton have walk-on parts, and Tom Maschler plays an instrumental role.  He publishes – “with the precision of a moon landing” – Tom Haley’s From the Somerset … Continue reading

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