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In this issue of Bold Type we offer "Career Move," a story... that imagines a world where poets are treated like Hollywood royalty and screenwriters toil away in oblivion.
ebook, 19 pages
Published February 1999 by (first published 1998)
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Martin Amis is an English novelist, essayist and short story writer. His works include the novels Money, London Fields and The Information.

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