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N+1 Editor Scores $650,000 for First Novel - Posted April 2, 2010
Bloomberg News has a long profile up about Chad Harbach, an n+1 editor who recently auctioned his first novel to Little, Brown for $650,000. Little, Brown was not the highest bidder for the book, but Harbac... [GalleyCat]

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Something - Posted July 30, 2008
Probably before the Internet, and its pesky quota-filling bloggers, it was a lot easier to borrow magazine images without drawing a lot of attention. No longer! In the past few months it's been similar images of Barack Obama that have garnered the most attention. However, today we bring... [Fishbowl NY]

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Something - Posted July 30, 2008
Probably before the Internet, and its pesky quota-filling bloggers, it was a lot easier to borrow magazine images without drawing a lot of attention. No longer! In the past few months it's been similar images of Barack Obama that have garnered the most attention. However, today we bring... [FishbowlNY]

Who Spiked the Water at 1745 Broadway? - Posted June 11, 2007
It's been a very strange week for the world's largest publishing company. First we had Wednesday's surprise announcement that Crown svp and publisher Steve Ross would be moving to Collins, with ... [GalleyCat]

Katherine Taylor Falls Into Chick Lit Bait Trap - Posted March 7, 2007
In reading debut novelist Katherine Taylor 's interview with the New York Observer's Spencer Morgan, I couldn't help but be reminded of the first time James Frey made headlines, long before any charges of fake writing and fabrication were levied his way. No, I'm t... [GalleyCat]

Meet your Granta Best of Young American Novelists - Posted March 2, 2007
Granta announced its second-ever list of Best of Young American Novelists, comprised of 21 American-based authors aged 35 and under. And what's immediately apparent, just as with the first list published back in 1996, is how many of them, um, haven't published novels yet. Which isn't to say it isn't a... [GalleyCat]

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