The author’s name is Alan Sepinwall. ‘….. In“The Revolution Was Televised,” Mr. Sepinwall — who writes the blog “What’s Alan Watching?,” best known for its observant episode-by-episode commentary — analyzes a dozen “great millennial dramas” that have forged a new golden age in TV: bold, innovative shows that have pushed the boundaries of storytelling, mixed high and low culture, and demonstrated that the small screen could be an ideal medium for writers and directors eager to create complex, challenging narratives with “moral shades of gray.”…’  It took several paragraphs before the New York Times reviewer even mentioned Sepinwall’s publishing process.

At Forbes Magazine, geek/author Suw Charman-Anderson offers a thoughtful review of NYT’s first self published book review. And blogger Amy Edelman offers an indie writer’s take on it all at!

Times DO change after all….


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