March 11, 2013

The Economics of Literary Fame

By Amit Majmudar

  This may be the nature of any widely sought desireable thing in limited supply, but in America, literary fame behaves like money. The most obvious similarity is that, like […]

September 13, 2011

Short Takes: Glossophobia

By Andrew David King

Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond, to Raymond Chandler in 1958: “I don’t know if you do, but I find it extremely difficult to write about villains. Villains are […]