The Book Review Reviewers

Holy frijole! Return of the Reluctant got a whole paragraph from the Gray Lady and was named with several other fantastic and swell folks. That conventional media has responded so quickly to the book review reviewers demonstrates that we are having an more of an influence than we thought. At the very least, they’re paying attention. I certainly hope that other litblogs (and blogs in general) pick up the slack and give their local newspaper coverage a hard look. Together, we might be able to remind today’s newspapers that book coverage is a seminal part of the Sunday newspaper experience.

Rest assured, this won’t affect our hard tests here in the slightest. And I should again point out that I would be beyond delighted to send Mr. Tanenhaus a tasty brownie. It’s really up to him.

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6 Comments

  1. Congrats, name-checkee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I’m kinda sorry Boxer didn’t walk over to the Review office and ask for a comment on the anticipation with which brownies are hoped for. But way to go, Ed!

  3. I’m kinda sorry Boxer didn’t walk over to the Review office and ask for a comment on the anticipation with which brownies are hoped for. But way to go, Ed!

  4. De Times be suckin up to you Ed-dawg.Dat be phat.U da bomb. No doubt.

  5. Haha – congrats! Brownie points all around.

  6. I’ve always wondered about that “tasty” part. How can you ensure that the brownie is not dry and crumbly unless you take at least a teensy bite of it yourself? At a Flat Earth party in 1971, I had a brownie which was tasty but which gave me hallucinations. Can you guarantee that Sam will not hallucinate after eating your brownie? Can you guarantee that he will?

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