The Novel Ain’t Dead. The Industry Has Just Changed.

That’s the upshot of this article at Quillette. While midlist authors are seeing their income shrink, the upper-crust is doing even better: the number of seven-figure advances has increased even as the number of five-figure ones have decreased. What this means is that the publishing industry doesn’t want to invest in small potatoes anymore – … More The Novel Ain’t Dead. The Industry Has Just Changed.

Someone Hold Dan Akroyd Down and Make Him Stop Babbling About Ghostbusters 3

Let. It. Go.For over two decades there was talk of a third Ghostbusters movie, but that particular phantasm never materialized. Instead we got 2016’s Ghostbusters, a reboot of the property with an all-new cast that suffered all kinds of controversy and ultimately failed to be a hit at the box office. That seemingly killed another Ghostbusters in that continuity, but perhaps it opened the door for … More Someone Hold Dan Akroyd Down and Make Him Stop Babbling About Ghostbusters 3

New Cover Art, Right of Revolution and Little Guerrilla Platoons

Pursuant to Yesterday’s post, here’s new covers for old works. One is a glorified essay, the other a “Long Short Story” (Novellette?). They’ve been published a while, but I’ve never liked their cover art. These are better: I do the philosophical justifications of Rebellion, as understood by The Bible, by Jefferson, by Marx. It’s a … More New Cover Art, Right of Revolution and Little Guerrilla Platoons