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Author Archives: Eli Glasman

September First Book Club: Read an excerpt from Eli Glasman’s The Boy’s Own Manual to Being a Proper Jew

The only two kosher flavours of Slurpee were lime and raspberry, and I liked to mix them half and half. Read more »

Just a number: The literary world’s obsession with age

I used to be obsessed about what age I would be when I had my first novel published. I’d go on the Wikipedia pages of every famous writer I could think of to check how old they were when their first book came out. Read more »

How my call centre job helped me get published

I had my first novel accepted by Sleepers Publishing about three months ago, just after my twenty-seventh birthday. The age I do things doesn’t really matter to me that much, but I’m quite certain I would have finished a successful novel quite a bit earlier had I … Read more »