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So in a bit of personal news: I got a new job!
I’ll be starting as a senior developmental editor at Bedford/St. Martin’s (an imprint of Macmillan) later this week. It was so surreal to clear out my cubicle at Elsevier on Friday, as I worked there for six years, first in Philly and then New York. I have some wonderful friends there who I’ll greatly miss (though I’m putting us on a monthly happy hour schedule). But I’m excited for the change, both in the work I’ll be doing — developing print and e-content for neat books such as this — and in the awesome team I’ll get to work with.
In my few days off between jobs, I’m planning to hit up the Met for the Warhol exhibit, catch a matinee of Lincoln, and attend a reading or two. My top options for literary events are after the jump!
Good Monday. I don’t have a ton of Personal Reading news to report, except that I just started The Talented Mr. Ripley. It’s super good, although somewhat disturbing knowing that the author Patricia Highsmith was herself a compulsive liar and probable sociopath (as well as bisexual like Mr. Ripley). Just a lotta similarities.
She wrote five books about Tom Ripley (collectively called “the Ripliad”). We’ll see how far I can get before becoming too creeped out.
Per this week’s READINGS: