Charles Ardai

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Lawrence Block Novel Revived After 50 Years - Posted October 11, 2013
Hard Case Crime will resurrect a lost Lawrence Block novel after 50 years, publishing Borderline next May. Read an excerpt from the book ... [GalleyCat]

Pirated eBook Copies of Stephen King's 'Joyland' Circulate - Posted June 14, 2013
We have learned that pirated eBooks copies of Stephen King's print-only Joyland are circulating online. UPDATE: Hard Case Crime publisher Charles Ardai sent us this statement: ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Macmillan Launches Crime Fiction Community Site - Posted April 27, 2011
Macmillan has created a new online community for crime fiction and nonfiction readers, Here's more from the press release: "At launch there will be excerpts, original fiction and articles by authors Joseph Finder, Steve Hamilton, ... [GalleyCat]

Hard Case Crime to Relaunch with Titan Publishing - Posted October 20, 2010
Hard Case Crime has cut a new deal with the U.K.-based Titan Publishing; the hardboiled crime and thriller imprint will relaunch in 2011. Titan s... [GalleyCat]

Investment Firm D.E. Shaw Cuts 10 Percent Of Its Staff - Posted September 30, 2010
Why do you care about layoffs at an investment firm, you ask? Well, D.E. Shaw has always been a little...different, taking pains to appeal to people outside the usual MBA/finance/quantitative analysis range. The company is known for hiring liberal arts majors and for posting jobs designed to attract media people on... [MediaJobsDaily]

Scene @ Hard Case Crime Party - Posted July 15, 2008
Ace reporter Doc Wasabassco was on the scene at the Hard Case Crime 50th Anniversary party last week at the Explorers club. Pulp editor Charles Ardai was talking up a new series of books called ... [GalleyCat]