Ethan Nosowsky

Graywolf Press

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Editorial director of Graywolf Press and literature consultant for the Creative Capital Foundation

Ethan Nosowsky on KCRW

We talk to author Per Petterson, editor Ethan Nosowsky, and publisher Geir Berdahl about the what it takes to bring a book to life and about the changing world of publishing.

Per Petterson, Ethan Nosowsky and Geir Berdahl on Publishing

We talk to author Per Petterson, editor Ethan Nosowsky, and publisher Geir Berdahl about the what it takes to bring a book to life and about the changing world of publishing.

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