Roxana Robinson

The case for protecting writers
2:29 pm
Mon July 14, 2014

Commentary: The indispensability of writers forgotten in Amazon-Hachette battle

Roxana Robinson is a novelist and the president of the Authors Guild. She lives in New York City and Cornwall, Connecticut. Her newest novel is 'Sparta.'
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The giant online marketer Amazon and the international publisher Hachette  are fighting over the book business. But writers—the people who make books, may not get much of that fight.

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Arts
1:53 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

Roxana Robinson's newest novel limns Iraq vet's struggles

Conrad Farrell is just home from Iraq. A 26-year-old graduate of Williams College, he had surprised his family when he joined the Marines. Now he's surprised at how impossible life seems back home.

Conrad is the protagonist of Roxana Robinson's newest novel Sparta. WSHU's Mark Herz spoke to her about it.