Fiction Advocate: The Even Realer Holden Caulfield

This post appeared previously on Fiction Advocate:

The New Yorker has picked up a thread by our very own Michael Moats, who continues to teach the world a thing or two about Holden Caulfield. We released Mike’s long essay, “The Real Holden Caulfield,” several months ago, and it’s been on the bestseller list here at Fiction Advocate ever since. The nod from The New Yorker is only the latest in a long string of attention and praise.

To celebrate its ongoing success we’re making “The Real Holden Caulfield” available in every format you can possibly think of. Do you have a Kindle? We have a MOBI file. Do you have a Nook? We have EPUB. Do you have a slab of mud with a USB port? We can probably accommodate that.

If you purchase “The Real Holden Caulfield” now, we’ll send you every format under the sun. If you’ve already purchased it and you’d like a format other than PDF, write to us at fictionadvocate AT gmail DOT com and we’ll hook you up.

It doesn’t end there. Mike continues to write about Salinger and Caulfield at Trade Paperbacks, at The Real Holden Caulfield, on Tumblr, and probably on his own flesh.

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