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Alan Goldsher Lauches Virtual Book Talk Show 'Book It' - Posted August 31, 2012
Alan Goldsher, the author of the novels Paul Is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion and My Favorite Fangs: The Story of the von Trapp Family Vampires, is launching a new virtual talk show dedicated to books and publish... [GalleyCat]

The Art of Rushing Jeremy Lin - Posted February 22, 2012
Today Timothy Dalrymple landed a book deal with Hachette Book Group's Center Street imprint to write Jeremy Lin: The Reason Behind the Linsanity. Publisher Rolf Zettersten acquired the book and publication is set for May. Here's mor... [GalleyCat]

Jeremy Lin Books for Your Kindle - Posted February 21, 2012
New York Kicks star Jeremy Lin has swept the sports and media world, and everybody is wondering when the basketball star will land his inevitable book deal. You can already buy seven eBooks about Lin on the Kindle, books ranging from biographies to trivia to... [GalleyCat]

Is the Remix Genre Exhausted? - Posted February 28, 2011
Author Alan Goldsher sold another remix book to Thomas Dunne books last week, mashing-up The Sound of Music, vampires, and Nazi zombies. We caught up with the author of ... [GalleyCat]

Zombies at the Writers' Workshop - Posted January 7, 2010
Inspired by GalleyCat's publishing prediction series, Alan Goldsher (author of the new book new book, "Paul is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion") sent us his own predictions. He writes: "All the publishing p... [GalleyCat]

Horror Director Tobe Hooper Scores Book Deal - Posted June 17, 2009
Horror film legend Tobe Hooper--who directed "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "Poltergeist"--has scored a deal for his first novel. The book sold to Julian Pavia at Crown, and publication is tentatively set fo... [GalleyCat]