Tanenhaus’ Times: A Highbrow TV Guide Insider?

The reign of Tanenhaus has begun, and it looks like we’re off to a juicy start. Dinitra Smith has a fun little profile-cum-review up about author humiliations. Carlo Gebler was trying to read in front of a bunch of drunken students. Carl Hiaasen arrived at a reading, only to find he was scheduled at the same time as a chili-cooking class and a football game. Rick Moody’s mother gave reviewed one of his books for Amazon and gave it only three stars. More in the article.

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  1. Colm Tobin met Norman Mailer, who thought his book was called THE OUTH due to a badly designed S: “I thought it was an Irish word.”

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