Dwight Garner

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What Is Your Favorite Kind of Pen? - Posted March 20, 2012
Despite all our fancy digital tools, the good old-fashioned ink pen is still a writer's best friend. What's your favorite kind of pen? Add it to our new favorite pen hashtag. Today New York Times book critic Dwight Garner ... [GalleyCat]

Dwight Garner Collects Public Speaking Advice on Twitter - Posted October 18, 2011
What's the best public speaking advice you've ever received? Many writers are a solitary people, making author readings and lectures challenging--but these are all important ways to promote your work. Today New York Times book critic and ... [GalleyCat]

Morning Reading List, 07.18.07 - Posted July 18, 2007
Good morning Washington. Do tell! What are these mythical "other" beaches you are running off to? An ABC release announced, "For the twelfth consecutive week, ABC's 'World News with Charles Gibson' was the #1 evening newscast among Total Viewers, Hous... [FishbowlDC]

Talk to the Animals for Publishing Succcess - Posted July 16, 2007
Cats and dogs and elephants and lions and tigers...okay, the last two haven't figured into bestselling novels or non-fiction yet, but maybe that's just a matter of time, if one continues the trend line pinpointed in Dwight Garner's piece in the New York Times' Week in Review section, which he ... [GalleyCat]

More NYT Books Coverage - Posted June 21, 2007
For some reason there's been a boatload of books-related coverage at the New York Times, including: Dana Bowen's trend piece on the relationship between books and farming Joyce Wadler taking a peek inside Susanna Moore's home Paul Vitello on... [GalleyCat]

A Further Look Inside the NYTBR - Posted February 15, 2007
The Queens College Knightly News' Literary Editor, Michael Orbach, recently spent a day at the New York Times' Book Review Offices, interviewing editor-in-chief Sam Tanenhaus as well as editors ... [GalleyCat]