Life/Recliner | Feb 20, 2012 | 7744 views
We caught up with David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker and chatted about dealing with writers and writing
Bvs Prathap Feb 27, 2012
Interesting questions and great answers. Were the questions actually asked like this? as unfinished sentences? That is a great way to communicate.. only two great minds on same wavelength can converse on these 'lines'.

If I were him, I would be more worried about saying no to less known names. If an author is well-known, he will find another place to publish his /her story. If a talented author is not so well-known and if we take a wrong call, then we will be losing an opportunity to uncover a great talent - could be a loss to the magazine or the author, depending on how the history moves from there.
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