This is a link to a play-list of the workshop, archived on YouTube.
By Edward Nawotka
It’s said that opposites attract. But so do people with similar interests, especially in the literary world.
It’s not uncommon to hear of couples who met — and married — through publishing.
Whether it’s an agent married to an editor, two editors married to each other, an author married to another, or as discussed in today’s feature editorial, a couple that started a publishing house together — we all know literary households.
Having a sounding board at home can be a benefit, but it can also cause strife. On balance do the positives outweigh the negatives?
When a couple has complimentary careers, does that make them better at their jobs? Having a sounding board at home can be a benefit, but it can also cause strife. On balance do the positives outweigh the negatives?
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“I was confident that this other writer would have absolutely no recollection that once, on a dusky afternoon back in the Mesozoic era, she had eviscerated me with three words. I could savage her far more publicly — and with complete impunity.“