Unprintable: The LitReactor Podcast Episode 24 - The US vs Europe! (Guest: Jason Starr)
Every episode, Unprintable will take an irreverent look at books, the publishing industry, reading, writing, and more; featuring the know-it-all geekery of LitReactor Review Editor Cath Murphy, Education Director Rob Hart, Managing Editor Joshua Chaplinsky, Class Facilitator Renee Asher Pickup, and Columnist Brandon Tietz.
Episode 24 - The US vs Europe! (Guest: Jason Starr)
This episode we are joined by international bestselling Crime author Jason Starr, whose list of accomplishments is so long, you should just go and read his bio HERE. Unfortunately the audio isn't perfect on parts of this episode. Our apologies.
News: Negative reviews are annoying, but there are probably better ways to deal with criticism than hitting the reviewer over the head with a bottle.
Reads: Cath loves the humor of Number 11, Rob digs skilled newcomer Danny Gardner, and Jason wants to put the word "girl" in every book title ever.
Topic: What sells in Europe? As Jason has just completed a European book tour for Savage Lane, we talk about how book markets differ from country to country.
- British Writer Attacks Teen Who Dissed His Book
- Bookshots: ‘Savage Lane’ By Jason Starr
- Jason Starr's Website
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Rob Hart is the Class Director at LitReactor and author of New Yorked, which Crimespree Magazine called "a masterful debut." His fiction has appeared in publications like Thuglit, Needle, Joyland, and Helix Literary Magazine, and non-fiction has appeared at Salon, The Daily Beast, and Nailed. He’s received both a Derringer Award nomination and honorable mention in The Best American Mystery Stories 2015. Find more at www.robwhart.com.
Special thanks to Gordon Highland for the intro and musical cues. Visit him at gordonhighland.com.
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