Q&Q Omni Category: Authors and their day jobs
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David Davidar laughs when asked how he managed to write his second novel while also serving as publisher of Penguin Canada. “Well, I don’t think... Read the rest »
From both sides now: BookExpo Canada is a very different beast when you attend as a first-time author, writes bookseller Robert J. Wiersema
I can admit it now: I was nervous. No. Not nervous. Petrified. I don’t usually get stage fright. As events co-ordinator... Read the rest »
I’ve held many jobs in the book and magazine industry – from receptionist to bookseller to freelance editor to columnist to publicist to author. A... Read the rest »
After seven years of contemplation and writing, Scott Richardson — an award-winning book designer with more than two decades of experience in publishing — did... Read the rest »
I doubt that any writer in his or her right mind would deny that they can and have derived benefit from criticism of their work... Read the rest »