If you’ve ever thought you’d like to write a book on a beloved album for the 33 1/3 series you might find RJ Wheaton’s reflections on the pitch process of definite interest. For the record, he wrote the one on Portishead’s Dummy.
Emily M. Keeler is the editor of Little Brother Magazine, and the #LitBeat editor for The Millions. She also acts as the Toronto editor for Joyland. And she tweets, too.
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