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The oddity of death and remove, in today’s social media age

I’m currently reading The Largesse of the Sea Maiden, the posthumous collection from Denis Johnson. Expect a full review shortly. But in the meantime, I am struck by the odd, unrealistic disappointment that I will not ever be able to meet the man, get a signed book,...

How to Manage a Twitter Account as an Indie Author

By Frances Caballo Twitter tends to confound a lot of writers. I get it. When I first jumped on social media about nine years ago, I asked a friend, “Did you really join Twitter?” She responded that of course she did and that I had to as well. So I begrudgingly opened...

You still brag about that high school state championship?

So, here’s a book deal that will make you feel like you’ve accomplished almost nothing in your life. “The only member of the U.S. Armed Services to complete SEAL training, U.S. Army Ranger School, and Air Force Tactical Air Controller training, and only the 36th...

Montfort on the future

Nick Montfort, author of The Future recently sat down with Slushpile patron saint John Biggs for an episode of the Technotopia podcast. A professor in Comparative Media Studies/Writing at MIT, Montfort advocates a “future making” perspective. Instead of just trying to...

McGowan asks B&N for apology

A number of sources are reporting that an appearance from Rose McGowan at the Union Square Barnes & Noble went south. Here is the Hollywood Reporter’s version. McGowan was appearing in support of her book, Brave. An aggressive questioner (heckler, according to...

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