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HothouseItution whose importance approaches that of The New York Times But FSG is no ivory tower—and its untold story is as engrossing as many of the great novels it has published Boris Kachka reveals the era and the city that built FSG through the stories of two men founder owner Roger Straus the black sheep of his German Jewish family and the reticent closeted editor Robert Giroux who rose from working class New Jersey to discover the novelists and poets who helped define American culture Giroux became one of TS Eliot’s best friends and played caretaker to manic depressive geniuses like Robert Lowell John Berryman and Jack Kerouac Straus the showman made Susan Sontag a star kept Edmund Wilson out of prison and turned Isaac Bashevis Singer.
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Into a Nobelist After giving us a fresh perspective on the postwar authors we thought we knew Kachka exposes how elite publishing works today He gets inside the editorial meetings where writers’ fates are decided; he captures the adrenaline rush of bidding wars for top talent; and he lifts the lid on the high stakes pursuit of that rarest commodity public attention—including a fly on the wall account of the confrontation between Oprah Winfrey and Jonathan Franzen Hothouse is the product of five years of research and nearly interviews by a veteran New York magazine writer It shares “a thrilling look at the heyday of the publishing industry” Entertainment Weekly and illuminates the vital intellectual center of the American Century..