I ONLY RECOGNIZE THREE NAMES…?

November 2nd, 2013

So I’m reading a piece in the New York Times Sunday Book Review (online, of course) about how technology has changed fiction. Of the 17 writers quoted, I only recognize three names: Margaret Atwood (No. 1 on the list, and placed there I’m betting as the hook to draw readers in); Frederick Forsyth; and Lee Childs.

I’m wondering, does this say more about me as a reader or more about the number of writers willing to respond to the reporter’s question?

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