If you've ever wondered how to get a book reviewed in the New York Times, or why it is that some books receive several reviews over different editions...
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Annie Sprinkle led off her review of Chester Brown's Paying For It: A Comic-Strip Memoir About Being a John by pointing out that in her "nearly 40 yea...
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