The Penguin Press, which has been one pair of hands short since Vanessa Mobley’s departure at the end of January, has hired Nick Trautwein of Bloomsbury to edit nonfiction.
Mr. Trautwein, who came to publishing from magazines, has been at Bloomsbury since 2006; while there, he edited such titles as Edmund White’s A Read More
The War Against Cliché: Essays and Reviews, 1971-2000 , by Martin Amis. Talk Miramax Books, 506 pages, $35.
In Experience , the memoir he published last year, Martin Amis confessed to a sad truth: “A writer’s life is all anxiety and ambition.” The memoir was more concerned with other matters-his father, the late Kingsley Amis; Read More
Experience: A Memoir , by Martin Amis. Talk Miramax Books, 406 pages, $23.95.
In London, thanks to a series of absurd pseudoscandals whipped up by the British press, every reader of novels knows the dirt on Martin Amis. They know where he lives, how much money he’s made, how many kids he has and who Read More
There are few good, inexpensive places to eat in the theater district. And now that it has become a neighborhood of monolithic buildings, the idea of opening a restaurant there that seats a mere 50 instead of 500 seems like a joke. But even though it’s only a few months old, the Garrick belongs to Read More