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Trinidad & Tobago: Would Naipaul get published today?

Caribbean-born sci-fi writer Tobias Buckell links to Cheryl Morgan who links to British sci-fi writer Neil Gaiman who picks up on the stunt pulled recently by the Sunday Times’ which involved submitting a slightly altered version of the opening chapter of Trinidad-born Nobel Prize-winning novelist V. S. Naipaul's Booker Prize-winning novel “In A Free State” (which was published back in 1971) to 20 agents and publishers. The book was rejected by all. The Caribbean Beat Blog puts in its two cents’ as well.

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