Monthly Archives: July 2015

Author development is the key to survival

In Howard Jacobson’s gloriously filthy novel Zoo Time, writer Guy Ableman is having trouble adapting to changes in literary taste, publishing, reading and his private life. Guy is not the only one to be dismayed by the turn of events. “A couple … Continue reading

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The suppression of the book is a precipitation

In Jack London’s chilling 1907 dystopia, The Iron Heel, one of the first signs that things are turning for the worst come with the publication of Alice’s father’s book following his forced resignation from his university post. Economics and Education … Continue reading

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