Monday, March 17, 2008


Novelists Strike Fails To Affect Nation Whatsoever

From the latest Onion...
LOS ANGELES—The Novelists Guild of America strike, now entering its fourth month, has had no impact on the nation at all, sources reported Tuesday.

The strike, which scholars say could be the longest since 1951, when American novelists may or may not have voluntarily committed to a six-month work stoppage, has brought an immediate halt to all new novels, novellas, and novelettes from coast to coast, affecting no one.

I made this comment a few times over the course of the WGA strike, that novelists could strike and no one would ever know. I mean, what would we do, turn in books late... Heaven forfend!

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