Fabricating Memoir Should Have Consequences

March 6, 2008 § 7 Comments

mediabistro has a nice entry on the Love and Consequences controversy, ending with:

“Seltzer probably signed a contract that said that what she was representing as fact was, indeed, fact,” comments one literary agent, preferring to remain anonymous. “Penguin should sue her for return of the advance and by doing so, scare the shit out of any fake memoirists in the future… It would be nice if a publisher with deep pockets went after one of these liars and scared away the one percent of memoirists who are fakes, so the other 99 percent can be treated fairly in the future.”

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