Throughout history female authors have used male pseudonyms to increase their chances of being published. Is this still something that helps to be taken more seriously? Are books written by women being considered and reviewed as equally as books written by men? Today I chatted with Victoria Skurnick, a literary agent from Levine/Greenberg/Rostan Literary Agency, and Jimmy Failla, who recently got his book, “Follow That Car!,” published, about their experience in the industry, and what it takes to go from idea to print.
When you think of past game show hosts, not a lot of women come to mind. In a business where looks, personality and wit are required, it seems women should have just as many opportunities as men. But is that the case? Today I chatted with two talented hosts, Joanne Nosuchinsky and Andy Peeke, about their experience in the industry, how they got to where they are, and where they think things are headed.