This. Love her.
Wolf, a publishing story:
In which Will (Jack Nicholson) is usurped as editor-in-chief of a major publishing house by young upstart Stewart (James Spader. mmmmm.), all orchestrated by a big British tycoon (Christopher Plummer). Super yawn, right?
Except when Will is somehow bitten (and not killed, or maimed, or at least horribly emotionally scarred) by a wolf. Dun-dun-dunnnnn.
There’s also some chicks and some sex in there. They sadly come to bad ends. Both the chicks and the sex. My favorite part of this movie, besides the clip above, is that Stewart goes crazy trying to frame Will. Over control of a publishing house. This includes murder.
Now I know how to get ahead in the biz.
When I noticed that our managing editor, HR director, and head of Finance were the only black people in our division
(Submission from Stephen, thanks!)
no shit?! i wonder where Stephen works…
and the rivers shall open for the righteous
#sanantonio lends itself to black-and-white. #thealamo #texas #hipstamatic
Hot summer sidewalk. Who needs an MFA program?
As I dig through sales figures for last year’s publications, I am reminded of an awful fact. Despite being one of the oldest industries in the world, and despite having centuries of data from all corners of the world, we still really have no idea which books will “hit” and which ones won’t. Sure,…