“It always makes me laugh when I see these reviews on Goodreads, written with this kind of counterfeit authority by people living in Ohio or Colorado, who say things like, ‘I believe this is based on the author’s own adolescence, or ‘The author says the book is based on funky beach towns she’s lived in but it sounds a lot like Long Beach.’ You’re from Ohio; how would you know???”
by Juhi Singhal
Whether you are lamenting the burden of—or perhaps grateful for—The Day Job, know that you are in good company.
by Vicraj Gill
It’s hard to think of a time when Vladimir Nabokov and Gustave Flaubert were obscure names. But neither Flaubert’s The Temptation of Anthony nor Nabokov’s The Tragedy of Mister Morn made any waves when they were first written