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Granta Joins Independent Alliance - Posted August 10, 2007
Publishing News reports that Granta Books will join the Independent Alliance group of publishers and will be represented by Faber on all its titles from January 2008 onwards. Its current arrangement with Signature ends in December. Granta will join its sister company Portobello... [GalleyCat]

Richard & Judy's Instant Summer Bestsellers - Posted June 15, 2007
The Bookseller reports on the latest picks from UK TV stars Richard and Judy, which are:The Memory Keeper's Daughter, by Kim Edwards Getting Rid of Matthew, by Jane Fallon Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, by Paul Torday... [GalleyCat]

Davies Snared By Canongate - Posted May 24, 2007
The Bookseller's Alison Bone reported yesterday that Hodder & Stoughton publisher Nick Davies has been tempted away by Canongate to be its new editorial director, replacing Anya Serota, who has been promoted to publishing director. Davies, who begins at Canongate on September 4, said that he had not been looking to... [GalleyCat]

Free Book Scammer on the Loose - Posted May 11, 2007
The Bookseller reports on an enterprising book collector who has been scamming publishers of free books for well over a decade. Peter Oosterbos, who also calls himself Fred, has approached Dutch publishers for over 15 years, claiming to be the book reviews editor for the non-existent Furore Magazine. Oosterbos, who communicates... [GalleyCat]

Costa Success for Quercus - Posted February 12, 2007
While Stef Penney got all the accolades in the media for winning the Costa Book Prize last week, the real beneficiaries of hosannas is her publisher, Quercus. the Financial Times profiles the small press that's found its way with an unusual path - combining "contact" publishing (or packaged books) with trade... [GalleyCat]

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