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Jodi Picoult Lands 3-Book Deal with Ballantine Books - Posted September 6, 2012
Author Jodi Picoult has landed a 3-book deal with Random House, Inc.'s Ballantine Books imprint. The not-yet-titled first novel will be published in 2014. Random House Publishing Group president Gina Centrello teamed up with Ballantine Bantam Dell publisher Libby McGuire to ne... [GalleyCat]

Atria Books Teams Up with Short Books to Launch UK Lit Imprint - Posted July 30, 2012
Simon & Schuster's Atria Books imprint has entered into a trans-Atlantic co-publishing agreement with UK indie publisher Short Books. Under this new partnership, Atria intends to bring "the best in contemporary British writing" to North American readers. The new imprint, Marble Arch Press, will launch in fall 2012. Ea... [GalleyCat]

Simon & Schuster Acquires English Rights to Philippe Pozzo di Borgo Memoir - Posted December 21, 2011
Simon & Schuster imprint Atria Books has acquired the English language rights for Le Second Souffle (Second Wind) by Philippe Pozzo di Borgo. In 2001, Pozzo di Borgo published his memoir in his native France. The book inspired the 2011 French film adaptation titled Intouchables... [GalleyCat]

Jennifer Weiner Releases Haunted GPS Story - Posted October 31, 2011
Driving home with her GPS last week, author Jennifer Weiner was inspired to write her first ghost story, Recalculating. She published the story today as digital Halloween treat. It took Weiner five hours to draft the 35 page story about a haunted GPS device. In a matter of two ... [GalleyCat]

Atria Picks Up Durand As Senior Editor - Posted August 21, 2008
After a decade working her way up the editorial ladder at William Morrow, Sarah Durand is relocating to Simon & Schuster's ... [GalleyCat]