Many have recently bemoaned a decline in the art of fiction. But it is being saved at the Washington Post. As someone who made his living writing novels for many years, even won a few prizes for them, allow me to say that the author of the Post’s Romney high school profile, Jason Horowitz — like that other Jayson (Blair of the New York Times) — has great potential as a fiction writer.
The novel is not dead. It lives on the front pages of the WaPo and the NYT.
Can we get back to the economy now before we all go over a cliff? (That includes the liberal media and their children. They’re going over too.)