Author: Olivia Goldsmith

For anyone pondering a career in publishing, The Bestseller–a fictional account of the frayed egos, sorted ideas, and strange economics that fuel the book industry–may be a dose of harsh reality. Olivia Goldsmith has created a tale of Davis & Dash, a Manhattan house run by an unspectacular publisher and a talented, but foul, editor. The new line of books doesn’t exactly….Read More

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