Friday’s Links: Not Getting Women, Rethinking Anonymity

HuffPost’s top 50 book people on Twitter

Christopher Rice on “Why Crime Writers don’t Get Women”

News sites are rethinking their policies on anonymous comments.

Author Julie Klausner on The Bat Segundo Show

On Author Etiquette

Failed BORDERS execs walk away with whopping severance

Hear William Faulkner read from his masterpiece “As I Lay Dying”

Former executive buys Publishers Weekly

When and under which conditions is journalism in the public’s interest?

Newspapers may be seeing rising circulation numbers. Maybe.

n653213921_1671825_1056996Matt Staggs is a literary publicist and the proprietor of Deep Eight LLC, a boutique publicity agency utilizing the best publicity practices from the worlds of traditional media and evolving social technologies. He has worked in the fields of public relations and journalism for almost a decade. In addition to his work as a publicist, Matt is a book reviewer and writer whose work appears in both print and web publications.

One thought on “Friday’s Links: Not Getting Women, Rethinking Anonymity

  1. Why doesn't Mr Slowik of Publishers Weekly hire proper translators for his proposed international editions rather than relying on machine translation (which is and will always be faulty, unless we develop highly advanced AIs) "finessed" by humans?

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