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Friday, May 13, 2005

There's Hope For Us Yet

The BBC says that according to a survey conducted by Lulu, a website for writers and independent publishers, the average age of writers who topped the hardback fiction section of the New York Times Bestseller List from 1955 to 2004 was 50.5 years.

Now, if only one could start Chapter One...

2 Comments:

  • I know the feeling ...

    On a different tack - Rushdie again. Too much of a good thing, my friend?

    About the Cat'lick Church, refer them to Groucho Marx and his correspondence with Warner Brothers about the title of "A Night in Casablanca".

    J.A.P.

    By Blogger J. Alfred Prufrock, at 10:29 AM  

  • Re: Rushdie, I stand chastised.

    And thank you for reminding one of that delightful Groucho Marx correspendence. Those unaware of it can find it reproduced at: www.mamohanraj.com/Amusing/warner.html

    By Anonymous PrufrockTwo, at 10:47 AM  

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