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The Aha! Moment: Renée Zuckerbrot of the Renée Zuckerbrot Literary Agency

by Michael Bourne

Special Section

July/August 2015

<p>Agent Renée Zuckerbrot recounts her initial reactions to the opening story of Andrew Malan Milward’s <i>I Was a Revolutionary</i>, a collection she recently sold to Harper that will be published in August.</p>

Rethinking Rejection: Notes from the Slush Pile

by Reagan Upshaw

The Literary Life

May/June 2015

<p>The assistant poetry editor of <i>Able Muse </i>offers his thoughts on coming to terms with the inevitability—and impersonality—of rejection in the world of literary magazines.</p>


The Practical Writer

January/February 2015

In the inaugural installment of our new feature, Reviewers & Critics, New York Times book reviewer Dwight Garner talks about his experience as a critic—the required credentials (or lack thereof), how to cut through the hype, the role of negative reviews, and more.


Daily News

National Poetry Day in the U.K., a new James Bond novel in the works; Shel Silverstein's The Giving Tree turns fifty; and other news.


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