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Bored of the Rings Creator Shares Writing Advice - Posted November 16, 2012
What's your favorite parody? On the Morning Media Menu today, we interviewed Henry Beard, a co-founder of National Lampoon and one of the writers behind the classic parody of J. R. R. Tolkien's work, ... []

Thriller Authors Band Together for USO Tour - Posted July 22, 2011
This fall Clive Cussler, Sandra Brown, Kathy Reichs, Mark Bowden and Andrew Peterson will embark on Operation Thriller, a USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour. Operation Thriller sends authors to military bases around the world to entertain our troops--... [GalleyCat]

Split Decision in Cussler/Anschutz Trial - Posted May 16, 2007
After three long, arduous, agonizing months of trial, a verdict has been reached in the Clive Cussler vs. Philip Anschutz battle. And as the LA Times' Kim Christensen and Glenn Bunting report, both men cl... [GalleyCat]

Cussler/Anschutz Trial Draws to Close - Posted May 2, 2007
And the LA Times' Glenn Bunting has been there almost every step of the way, cataloging the accusations, arguments and vitriol - much of it out of the official public eye. During his closing arguments, Clive Cussler... [GalleyCat]

LAT in 90 Seconds - Posted May 1, 2007
Behind Closed Doors: Clive Cussler is raising eyebrows for having his trial in front of only a handful of people -- but it's still more people than have read his books. ... [FishbowlLA]

LAT in 90: Fast Foods, Fast Talkers - Posted April 23, 2007
How About Fries and Two-picture Deal? ICM and CAA dealmakers and flesh peddlers now convene at the Century City mall food court, at least until ... [FishbowlLA]

Robert McKee Testifies About Sahara Script, Holds Nose - Posted April 11, 2007
Robert McKee of the eponymous screenwriting course, testified that Sahara was a bad novel and worse script. Glenn Bunting reports on the breach-of-contract case betwee... [FishbowlLA]

Summer's Fiction Logjam - Posted April 5, 2007
Former Dallas Morning News book critic Jerome Weeks brings to light what may seem like a major upcoming headache for both book editors and publishers: a plethora of major literary works crammed together between April and June. "There are so many significant authors with novels coming out in the space of... [GalleyCat]

Anschutz/Cussler Jury Take A Field Trip - Posted February 16, 2007
The LA Times' Glenn Bunting reports on the newest wrinkle in the civil trial between producer Philip Anschutz and author Clive Cussler that has, so far, seen accusations fly about inflated sales figures, script approvals gone wrong and how much money was made or lost on the 2005 movie SAHARA. So... [GalleyCat]

Exact Sales Figures: The Needle/Haystack Conundrum - Posted February 14, 2007
As part of its continuing coverage of the Clive Cussler/Philip Anschutz lawsuit (more on that below) the LA Times delves into one of the key points of the lawsuit - did Cussler grossly overinflate his sales figures - and fans back into the publishing industry's general cluelessness vagueness of exact sales... [GalleyCat]

Cussler/Anschutz Lawsuit Underway - Posted February 14, 2007
The LA Times' Glenn Bunting reports on the latest developments in the fight between author Clive Cussler and producer Philip Anschutz about the movie SAHARA - and whether Cussler inflated his sales figures by a great deal to secure the movie deal,which is what Anschutz alleges in a countersuit. Anschutz's production... [GalleyCat]

Sundown on Sunset - Posted February 2, 2007
It's been a fabulous week of drama and intrigue and -- this being LA -- the... [FishbowlLA]

As The Clive Cussler Lawsuit Turns - Posted February 2, 2007
Way back in December the LA Times reported on the impending lawsuits between author Clive Cussler and film producer Philip Anschutz stemming from a $10 million dollar deal to adapt SAHARA. Cussler hated the movie and sued on the grounds that it violated terms set forth in the contract; Anschutz countersued,... [GalleyCat]