Friday, October 31, 2008

Roger Ebert Explains How To Review

Many of his rules apply only to movies, but those of us who cover books -- even sad bloggy wretches such as myself -- would do well to read and think about those guidelines.

Plus, as Gawker points out, many, many of his examples -- while also being true, apropos and entirely appropriate -- are daggers aimed directly at the heart of his TV replacement, Ben Lyons.

That's how a good critic does it.

1 comment:

Bookseller Bill said...

There are apparently a lot of starving book critics in Boston; people are always selling us review copies.

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