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This is a book about fiction writing from a writer's perspective, concentrating on what happens once the writing is done and makes it into print—or doesn't. In "When People Publish" Busch ruminates on the works and lives of literary giants—Dickens, Melville, Kafka, Hemingway. He probes his relationship to these and other literary mentors and his own growth as a writer over twenty years' time.