Tuesday, 1 June 2004

How to get your story into The New Yorker

1) Take the "Kolmogorov-Smirnov Two-Sample Goodness of Fit Test" and the "Pearson Correlation Coefficient Test."
2) Or do it the old-fashioned way: ask your good friend Salman Chacha or Jhumpa Mashima to hold the Fiction Editor's arms behind his back while you stuff your deathless prose down the front of his shirt.
(* New York Times story: registration required, but worth it.)


Anonymous said...

Testing, testing. 1, 2, 3.

Anonymous said...

Hello, hello -- woz gone wrong here then?

Anonymous said...

Turned on Blogger's new Comment thingy to see how it works. Not very happy. Must get under the hood and figure out the conditional tags.