Writing author bios

I’ve written my share author biographies over the years, and my go-to bio is fairly straightforward: it lists my name, where I’m from, recent publications and this website. If it’s an online publication, or it seems like their readership is fairly hip, I’ll include my Twitter handle. It looks like this: Nico Mara-McKay is a writer living […]

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Shelf Life: May 2012

A varied month. 50. Twenty-Seventh City, by Jonathan Franzen (Picador , 1988, 2001) To backtrack, I really liked The Corrections, and thought The Discomfort Zone was pretty good, but I felt like I kept waiting for Twenty-Seventh City to make sense. At its most bare, it’s the story of a conspiracy by a group of people to destroy

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