Friday, September 30, 2011
Yes, that's right--someone is out there sabotaging our effort to bring good literature to the people. The literary squatter has copied our covers but inside is a screed against Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Russo and his story. Also within the covers of the ersatz 1C1S is the saboteur's own story, an unreadable run-on paragraph that is a chapter of an unpublished and, evidently, unpublishable novel.
Well, we at the BBF believe that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but this is not the sort of compliment we want, as some of you who have picked up this silly forgery have been upset to find something other than "The Whore's Child." So, our apologies for the inconvenience. If you are looking for the real thing, they are still available at our various outlets, or here as a download.
And, if you want to take any of the imposter's stories out of circulation, that's fine by us. Heck, maybe they'll be collector's items when this so-called author wins the Pulitzer someday. Or . . . maybe not.
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