- a of or by or typical of an author
- Yet Soderbergh seems defined more by these giant, wayward ambitions than by a discernible authorial personality.
- Crichton's authorial persona paradoxically combined a true nerd's fascination with science and technology he even dabbled in computer programming with an extreme .
- Together, they're a meta-authorial head game that makes you rethink the nature of fiction and your attachments to it.
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- 'Mortal Instruments' Author Cassandra Clare Teases Her Cameo
Do not adjust your computer monitors: That is indeed "The Mortal Instruments" author Cassandra Clare flaunting cat ears. And, no, that is not her usual authorial garb. Like many writers before her (think: Stephenie Meyer of "Twilight" fame), Cassandra is making a cameo in the big-screen iteration of her best-seller. When we chatted with the [...]
Aug. 6, 2013 - MTV
- Roger Ebert in Salt Lake Tribune
There is a structural reason for that: Video games by their nature require player choices, which is the opposite of the strategy of serious film and literature, which requires authorial control,Ebert wrote.
- Scott Turow in Toronto Star
Nobody is going to hold a tag day for any of us (best-selling authors). Nor should they,says Turow, whose books have sold more than 25 million copies. "The problem is that as authorial compensation gets squeezed downward, which is what is...