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  • Robert Goldsborough continues Nero Wolfe legacy with 'Archie in the Crosshairs'

    Robert Goldsborough continues Nero Wolfe legacy with 'Archie in the Crosshairs'
    Last year marked the 80th anniversary of "Fer-de-Lance," the late Rex Stout's mystery that introduced Nero Wolfe, corpulent gourmand, orchid breeder and New York brownstone-dwelling detective. Stout wrote more than 70 Nero Wolfe novels and novellas before his death in 1975. When he died, one of his most devoted readers lamented to her son that there would be no more Nero Wolfe stories.
  • Write about language, do you?

    Some facts of life: Item: If, identifying yourself as a copy editor, you publish articles about language (or anything else), there are people who will pounce gleefully on every lapse and typographical error.* Some will then use the lapse to ignore the...

    Peevers never prosper

    Over a span of forty-one years, from Fer-de-Lance in 1934 to A Family Affair in 1975, Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe displayed himself as a purist about language as well as a detective of prodigious girth and and gifts. You may recall that in the opening pages...

    12 reasons to ignore the naysayers: Do NaNoWriMo

     
    If you want to write a novel in 30 days, don't let anyone stop you. Not even Salon's Laura Miller. Miller, who I usually find thoughtful and sweet, has written an anti-NaNoWriMo column -- "Better yet, DON'T write that novel"...

    R.I.P. Maury Chaykin

     
    Actor Maury Chaykin died Tuesday, his 61st birthday, in Toronto. The veteran character, who had dual citizenship in Canada and the U.S., appeared in "Dances with Wolves," "The Sweet Hereafter," "Blindness," "A Life Less Ordinary" and many other films. He....