I’ve published three books on nonfiction, with a fourth due next year. Adam Bellow has had his hand in editing three of them–and he has made each one a better book.
When Adam edits a book, his name usually appears in the acknowledgments rather than on the cover. New Threats to Freedom is different. Adam didn’t merely assist an author with his vision, but assembled the book itself. This week, he is my podcast victim.
For more on Bellow, see his article on what it’s like to be a conservative book editor in the liberal publishing industry.
Next week’s podcast: Richard M. Reinsch II on Whittaker Chambers.