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      [7.4.06] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE 50 LEAST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN PUBLISHING (CONTINUED)

    Our call for nominations to determine the 50 Least Influential People in Publishing has attracted a fair bit of attention. Inevitably, many people have nominated themselves. Please keep your nominations coming. We're looking for the names of very talented writers, publishers, literary critics, journalists and bloggers who are currently neglected by mainstream publishing. HP Tinker is the prime example: a brilliant young writer who has been on the verge of breaking through for the past five years or so, but hasn't quite made it. Anyway, here is the longlist in its present, gloriously incomplete state (I haven't included people like Irvine Welsh who are clearly far too famous):



    Akashic Books (publishers, Johnny and Johanna, USA)
    Michael Allen (blogger, Grumpy Old Bookman, UK)
    Mike Allen (wrier, USA, nominated himself)
    Mark Ames (writer, journalist, USA/Russia)
    The Anti-Naturals (writers, artists, USA)
    Aqueduct Press (publisher, USA)
    Steve Aylett (writer, UK)
    John Barlow (writer, UK, nominated himself)
    Christian Bauman (writer, USA)
    Martin Bax (editor, Ambit, UK)
    George Berger (writer, journalist, musician, UK)
    Tom Bradley (writer, USA/Japan)
    Donari Braxton (writer, USA)
    Tony Brown (poet, USA)
    Richard Cabut (writer, UK)
    Noah Cicero (writer, USA)
    Pete Coco (writer, critic, USA)
    Matthew Coleman (writer, filmmaker, UK)
    Andy Cox (publisher, TTA Press, UK)
    Paul Curran (writer, UK, nominated himself)
    Trinie Dalton (writer, USA)
    Brian Joseph Davis (writer, musician, Canada)
    Jackson Ellis (editor, Verbicide Magazine, USA)
    Walter Ellis (writer, USA?, nominated himself)
    Paul Di Filippo (writer, USA)
    Jonathan DiMarco (publisher, Zaltys Press USA, nominated himself)
    John Dolan (critic, The Exile, USA?)
    Utahna Faith (writer, editor, Wild Strawberries, USA)
    Tim Footman (writer, editor, UK/Thailand, nominated himself)
    Tom Gidley (artist, writer, UK)
    Steven Hall (writer, UK)
    Sam Hamill (poet, Poets Against the War, USA)
    Laura Hird (writer, web journalist, UK)
    Gina Holmes (blogger, USA)
    Stewart Home (writer, artist, UK)
    Alan Horvath (publisher, Kirpan Press, USA)
    Heidi James (writer, UK)
    Travis Jeppesen (writer, poet, editor, journalist, publisher USA/Czech Republic)
    Jeremy Robert Johnson (writer, USA)
    Joe R Lansdale (writer, USA)
    William Levy (writer, poet, translator, USA/Netherlands)
    Roderick Maclean (writer, USA)
    Tom McCarthy (writer, artist, UK)
    Carlton Mellick III (writer, USA)
    Jonathan Messinger (writer, editor, USA)
    Chris Mitchell (editor, Spike, UK)
    James Morrow (writer, USA?)
    Ben Myers (writer, journalist, UK)
    Open Wide (magazine, UK)
    Chad Post (publisher, Dalkey Archive Press, USA)
    Lee Rourke (writer, editor, Scarecrow, UK)
    Tony O'Neill (writer, UK/USA)
    Pulp.net (webzine, UK)
    Georgy Riecke (editor, Under the Bunker, UK)
    Kevin Ring (publisher, Beat Scene, UK)
    The Science Fiction Poetry Association (USA)
    Richard Eoin Nash (publisher, Soft Skull Press, USA)
    Mark SaFranko (writer, USA)
    Mark Sarvas (editor, The Elegant Variation, USA)
    The Savage Kick Literary Magazine (UK)
    John Shirley (writer, USA)
    Snowbooks (publisher, UK)
    Andrew Stevens (editor, UK)
    That Girl Who Writes Stuff (blogger, USA)
    Mark Thwaite (editor, Ready Steady Books, UK)
    HP Tinker (writer, UK)
    Susan Tomaselli (blogger, Dogmatika, Republic of Ireland)
    Wells Tower (writer, USA)
    Paul G Tremblay (writer, USA)
    Michael Turner (writer, Canada)
    Twisted Spoon Press (publisher, Czech Republic)
    Jeff VanderMeer (writer, USA)
    Matthew Wascovich (publisher, Slow Toe poet, musician)
    Benjamin Weissman (writer, painter, USA)
    Steven Wells (writer, journalist, UK/USA)
    Joe Wenderoth (writer, USA)
    Stephen M Wilson (writer, USA)

    So, who do we keep (vote for your favourites) and who do we add?

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