The Battle between Journalism and Fiction: Doug Underwood on Genre Bending Journalists and Literary History (Interview)
by Robin Lindley
Prof. Underwood stresses the "competition" between "new" or "literary" journalists and contemporary novelists for the hearts of the lovers of realistic literature.
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