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Is 'Good Morning America' a Stopover for Stephanopoulos? - Posted December 11, 2009
While many wonder how brainiac George Stephanopoulos will adjust to the bathetic world of morning television, it may be a moot point. Judging by ABC's recent history, "Good Morning America" anchors are next in line for the "World News" throne. The newest, ... [TVNewser]

Eggers Youngest to Win Heinz Foundation Award - Posted September 12, 2007
Dave Eggers has become the youngest person ever to win one of the annual $250,000 awards from the Heinz Family Foundation, reports the Washington Post's Bob Thompson. Eggers won for his work with 826Valencia, the nonprofit writing and... [GalleyCat]

HP-10: Profiling Harry's US Editor - Posted July 11, 2007
The Washington Post's Bob Thompson tracks down Arthur Levine, who is always more than happy to talk about when he scooped up the rights to HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE (later retitled SORCERER'S STONE) for low six figures after an auction... [GalleyCat]

BEA: Reactions in Print - Posted June 4, 2007
Motoko Rich concentrates on the digital aspects of BEA. The Washington Post's Bob Thompson covers the convention for the paper, also got an advance look at ... [GalleyCat]

One of the Easiest Answers Ever Published - Posted April 9, 2007
"Why, why, why would a company publish a book this good and then practically demand that people not read it?" he asks. "Why not put the heroine on the jacket [and] "sell this baby a little?" - Stephen King on FIELDWORK by Mischa Berlinski, Entertainment Weekly "[H]ow do you... [GalleyCat]

Booksellers Roll With the Caravan - Posted March 19, 2007
The Washington Post's Bob Thompson has a lengthy feature on the Caravan Project, a print-on-demand tool created by Peter Osnos and supplied to select bookstores by Ingram which enables customers to order digital version of select titles, including academic treatises, audiobooks, large-print formats and regular hardcovers. "The tric... [GalleyCat]

Roth Wins PEN/Faulkner Again - Posted February 26, 2007
The Washington Post's Bob Thompson reports that The PEN/Faulkner Foundation will announce today that Philip Roth has won its 2007 award for fiction for his novel EVERYMAN -- making Roth the first writer to receive the award three time... [GalleyCat]