Getting the Band Together This week, it’s that of Kathi Kamen Goldmark who died last week at 63 ... She eventually started a business escorting writers around the bay area before combining her passions by starting the Remainders. Although she was a schmoozer extraordinaire ... 05/31/2012 - 5:09 am | View Link
Kathi Kamen Goldmark, Writers’ Catalyst, Dies at 63 Kathi Kamen Goldmark had made a lot of friends in the literary world by shepherding authors on book tours when one day inspiration struck: what the very best authors yearn to be, she realized, are rock stars. So was born the Rock Bottom Remainders, a ... 05/29/2012 - 4:59 pm | View Link
Greg Iles (Author of Turning Angel) Greg Iles was born in Germany in 1960. He grew up in Natchez, Mississippi, and graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1983. He was active in a band called ... 07/24/2014 - 5:12 pm | View Website
The Rock Bottom Remainders The Rock Bottom Remainders are a literary rock band that has been lurching their way through middle age by making lots of noise for a good cause. 07/24/2014 - 4:51 pm | View Website
Rock Bottom Remainders History . The Remainders was founded by Kathi Kamen Goldmark in 1992. Kathi was then a musician whose day job was in book publicity. Through this, she met many ... 07/24/2014 - 4:01 pm | View Website
"Don't Quit Your Day Job" Records HomePage 'Don't Quit Your Day Job' Records brings you the best (or maybe the only . . . ) in literary rock & roll and subversive children's music. Music performed by Jessica ... 07/24/2014 - 3:53 pm | View Website
Book Making: Xlibris is ruining self-publishing by not ... S elf-publishing companies make most of their money by selling services to writers. If a self-publishing company rejects a book, the company makes no money. 07/24/2014 - 2:42 pm | View Website
Time-tripping witch and scholar Diana Bishop returns in “The Book of Life,” the final installment of Deborah Harkness’s bestselling All Souls trilogy. When last encountered in “Shadow of Night,” Diana and her husband, aristo vampire geneticist Matthew Clairmont, had just landed back in the 21st century after a sojourn in Elizabethan England.
By now, the story of British double-agent Harold “Kim” Philby may be the most familiar spy yarn ever, fodder for whole libraries of histories, personal memoirs and novels. But Ben Macintyre manages to retell it in a way that makes Philby’s destructive genius fresh and horridly fascinating — and, to me, at least, ultimately inexplicable.