By Edward Nawotka
It’s said that opposites attract. But so do people with similar interests, especially in the literary world. It’s not uncommon to hear of couples who met — and married — through publishing. Whether it’s an agent married to an editor, two editors married to each other, an author married to another, or as discussed in today’s feature editorial, a couple that started a publishing house together — we all know literary households.
When a couple has complimentary careers, does that make them better at their jobs? Having a sounding board at home can be a benefit, but it can also cause strife. On balance do the positives outweigh the negatives?
Share your experiences with us and let us know what you think in the comments.