• August 2018
    Good questions to ponder for sure! I love those gems from Perl.
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    August 2018
    Why everything we write shouldn’t go instantly to readers, by Sarah Glazer. Blogging, self-publishing, Facebook, Twitter. Our words go directly and instantaneously to readers thanks to these new formats, but maybe we're losing the...
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    July 2018
    Sarah Glazer, a fan of Katherine Boo, wonders if her technique is for everyone   “But does it work as a novel?” That question from a member of my London book club startled me as we discussed Katherine Boo’s compelling...
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  • An article by State of the Art was featured
    September 2016
    Sarah Glazer explores her London salon and the benefits of being a cheeky American. Writing is such a solitary profession that it’s not surprising to find writers’ salons catching on in the United States. But in London, it’s...
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    September 2016
    I have a confession to make. I have technology anxiety. Remember math anxiety? The symptoms are the same—rapid heartbeat, panic, and most of all, inability to think clearly and solve your problem. I know because I had it this morning. I...
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  • An article by State of the Art was featured
    September 2016
    Sarah Glazer disses the Swedish sensation but wonders how women can do the same. Can someone explain to me how a novel as tedious as The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo became a bestseller? Reading this so-called thriller reminded me of the experience...
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  • An article by State of the Art was featured
    September 2016
    Why everything we write shouldn’t go instantly to readers, by Sarah Glazer. Blogging, self-publishing, Facebook, Twitter. Our words go directly and instantaneously to readers thanks to these new formats, but maybe we're losing the...
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  • An article by State of the Art was featured
    September 2016
    Sarah Glazer explores the new iPhone app for short stories and sees a new audience for undiscovered writers. Want to read a story by Hilary Mantel for $2.99? Want to sell your own story the same way songs are sold on the iPhone? Now...
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    September 2016
    Sarah Glazer discovers a lot of great books and movies won’t come out of copyright this year and wonders if a century is too long to protect them. For some people this New Year’s Day was really a day of mourning. It was a day...
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