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NY Press Club Award Winners Announced - Posted June 4, 2014
The 2014 New York Press Club Award winners have been announced, with Steven Brill taking home the most prestigious honor -- the Gold Keyboard. Brill won for his Time piece "Bitter Pill: Why Our Medical Bills Are Killing Us." The winners ... [Fishbowl NY]

NY Press Club Award Winners Announced - Posted June 4, 2014
The 2014 New York Press Club Award winners have been announced, with Steven Brill taking home the most prestigious honor -- the Gold Keyboard. Brill won for his Time piece "Bitter Pill: Why Our Medical Bills Are Killing Us." The winners ... [FishbowlNY]

New Yorker's First 2014 Cover is a Gem - Posted December 30, 2013
Announcing the winner of our annual Cover of The Year contest has us in the magazine cover spirit. So it's nice to see that The New Yorker has started 2014 off right, with a great illustration by ... [Fishbowl NY]

New Yorker's First 2014 Cover is a Gem - Posted December 30, 2013
Announcing the winner of our annual Cover of The Year contest has us in the magazine cover spirit. So it's nice to see that The New Yorker has started 2014 off right, with a great illustration by ... [FishbowlNY]

The New Yorker Goes with Two Moms for Mother's Day Cover - Posted May 7, 2013
One day The New Yorker publishing a Mother's Day cover featuring two moms won't be a thing, but for now, it still is. However, we're getting there. For example, our first reaction to this cover was "Man, that's a nice kitchen." ... [Fishbowl NY]

The New Yorker Goes with Two Moms for Mother's Day Cover - Posted May 7, 2013
One day The New Yorker publishing a Mother's Day cover featuring two moms won't be a thing, but for now, it still is. However, we're getting there. For example, our first reaction to this cover was "Man, that's a nice kitchen." ... [FishbowlNY]

Free Samples of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalists - Posted February 21, 2013
The finalists for the 33rd annual Los Angeles Times Book Prize have been revealed, and we've collected free samples of all their books below-some of the best books released in 2012. Here's more about ... [GalleyCat]

9th Annual Morning News Tournament of Books Announced - Posted December 27, 2012
The ninth annual Morning News Tournament of Books (ToB) will commence in March 2013. So far, 15 finalists have been revealed. Three titles from the "pre-tournament playoff round" are currently in the running for t... [GalleyCat]

McSweeney's Launches iPhone App - Posted September 23, 2009
McSweeney's, the Dave Eggers-founded publishing outfit, has entered the smartphone age with a brand new iPhone and iPod Touch app that sells for $5.99 in the Apple App store. What do you think--in a world of free literary iPhone applications (from ... [GalleyCat]

Granta Heads to Chicago - Posted September 21, 2009
"The trick now is to make literature seem urgent," Granta Acting Editor John Freeman told a packed crowd at the Brooklyn Book fair earlier this month. In a new Chicago-themed issue, the UK-founded journal has built a literary monum... [GalleyCat]

Ruben Toledo Covers the Classics - Posted June 29, 2009
Looking to convince some aesthetically astute youngsters to read the classics? Penguin can help. The publisher recruited one of our favorite graphic artists, Ruben Toledo, to create illustrations for the covers of a new trio of Penguin Classics, ... [UnBeige]

Britain Finally Embraces the Graphic Novel - Posted September 5, 2007
Other countries, most notably America and France, may have embraced the graphic novel format and lauded several notable titles with praise, but as the New York Times' Tara Mulholland reports, Britain was a little slower to catch on to the form. "On the Continent graphic novels have been as accepted as... [GalleyCat]

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