Pinkwater Commentary Commentator Daniel Pinkwater doesn't like selling his books. He shuns interviews, but he needs to get paid for the books. So he usually talks about anything but the book. He says he has a beatnik streak and that his liberal education is to blame. Other artists have PR firms to help out; he doesn't.
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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater doesn't like selling his books. He shuns interviews, but he needs to get paid for the books. So he usually talks about anything but the book. He says he has a beatnik streak and that his liberal education is to blame. Other artists have PR firms to help out; he doesn't.