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‘There can’t be a novelist in America who watched The Wire and didn’t think, “Oh my God, I want to do something like that,”’ says Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon, who is co-writing an HBO series about magicians who fight Nazis with his wife, novelist Ayelet Waldman. ‘The tapestry is so broad, it’s like a 19th-century novel.’

The Wall Street Journal on the convergence of television and literature.

With newspapers struggling for survival and review pages shrinking, what does this mean for the future of books?

[Director of Publicity at Little, Brown advises new authors on how best to work with their publicist.](