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The Perils of Popularity: GRRM

Photo of George R.R. Martin

Laura Miller has a wonderfully amusing article in last week’s New Yorker about what can happen to an author when he plays the self-promotion game too well. George R.R. Martin is a big-time fantasy novelist, the author of a cycle … Read more »

Ras: Hint Fiction – Gimmick or Elegant Moment?

Ras: 56 Pushups