Fame has arrived, at last

Seeing as this site is always Teetering on the Brink of Oblivion (the name we've given the hole the plumbers have dug under the kitchen), book/daddy was a little surprised to hear his intermittent efforts lumped together with the better known, more established, better-serviced blogs, Maud Newton and bookslut.

But here is Martha Woodroof on NPR, coming to that surprising conclusion in her story on disappearing book pages.

July 17, 2007 2:47 PM | | Comments (1)



Haha don't worry people are still reading!


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Pat Barker, Frankenstein, Cass Sunstein on the internet, Samuel Johnson, Thrillers, Denis Johnson, Alan Furst, Caryl Phillips, Richard Flanagan, George Saunders, Michael Harvey, Larry McMurtry, Harry Potter and more ...


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Reviewing the state of reviewing


9/11 as a novel: Why?


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Noir favorites, who makes the cut and why



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