- Hannah Gerson, “One Long Country Song: What Friday Night Lights Taught Me About Storytelling” (The Millions)
- Kathleen Hale, “‘Am I being catfished?’ An author confronts her number one online critic” (The Guardian)
- Jessica Lahey, “How Stephen King Teaches Writing” (The Atlantic)
- Jen Sookfong Lee, “When the media fog looks eerily familiar“
- Lauren Markham, “The New Farmers” (Orion)
- Melissa Martin, “Do You Know About Jian” (Nothing In Winnipeg)
- Jon Michaud, “S. E. Hinton and the Y.A. Debate” (The New Yorker)
- Emily Nussbaum, “The Female Bad Fan” (The New Yorker)
- Brandon Schultz, “Frankie Grande on Big Brother and the Hetero-Homo ‘Zankie’ Showmance That Had Everyone Talking” (Out)
- Brandon Schultz, “Big Brother Star Zach Rance Sets Record ‘Straight’ on Frankie Grande Showmance” (Out)
I read Kathleen Hale’s piece. While I do think she went a little too far, I really don’t get why so many people think authors responding to people like her on-line evil stalker are the problem instead of the on-line evil stalker. We hear a lot about Authors Behaving Badly, why don’t we hear about the Fake Reviewers Behaving Badly that instigated it?
They’re both crazy, imo. The troll for being a troll, and the writer for engaging. But I guess if she’d just let it go she wouldn’t have got an article out of it 😉
Yep. More people know who she is now than probably would have ever happened without this dust up.