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Harper's Revives Folio Section with John le Carr Excerpt - Posted March 18, 2013
Harper's Magazine has revised its Folio section, printing the first chapter novelist John le Carr 's A Delicate Truth. The magazine also published Afterword by the great spy no... [semanticweb.com]

Harper's Revives Folio Section with John le Carr Excerpt - Posted March 18, 2013
Harper's Magazine has revised its Folio section, printing the first chapter novelist John le Carr 's A Delicate Truth. The magazine also published Afterword by the great spy no... [GalleyCat]

Nan Graham Named Publisher of Scribner Imprint - Posted December 12, 2012
Stephen King's longtime editor Nan Graham has been promoted to publisher and senior VP of Simon & Schuster's Scribner imprint. Graham has spent 18 years at the imprint, working with authors that included Don DeLillo, Miranda July, ... [GalleyCat]

Steven Millhauser Wins $20,000 Story Prize - Posted March 22, 2012
Author Steven Millhauser has won the $20,000 Story Prize for his short story collection, We Others. The two runners-up, Don DeLillo and Edith Pearlman, were given $5,000 apiec... [GalleyCat]

Steven Millhauser Wins $20,000 Story Prize - Posted March 22, 2012
Author Steven Millhauser has won the $20,000 Story Prize for his short story collection, We Others. The two runners-up, Don DeLillo and Edith Pearlman, were given $5,000 apiec... [semanticweb.com]

Robert Pattinson & Cosmopolis Win MTV Movie Brawl - Posted January 25, 2012
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Story Prize Finalists: Free Samples - Posted January 11, 2012
Today the finalists for the 2010 Story Prize were announced, picked from a slate of 92 books nominated by 60 different publishers or imprints. The winner will receive a $20,000 prize and both of the runner-ups will receive a $5,000 prize. Below, we've collected free samples of the nominated boo... [GalleyCat]

The New Yorker Chooses 9/11 for First e-Book - Posted August 24, 2011
We're not quite sure how much of an audience there is for e-books, but The New Yorker is certainly grabbing some attention with its first venture into the territory. The Cutline ... [Fishbowl NY]

The New Yorker Chooses 9/11 for First e-Book - Posted August 24, 2011
We're not quite sure how much of an audience there is for e-books, but The New Yorker is certainly grabbing some attention with its first venture into the territory. The Cutline ... [FishbowlNY]

Granta Opens Subscription-Only Online Archive - Posted July 20, 2010
Last week the literary journal Granta opened an online archive containing all 110 past issues of the magazine. The subscription-only online archive is available for the one-year price of £12.99, approximately $20. Collecting all the issues since the 1979 debut of the journal, the archive features early work from wr... [GalleyCat]

David Foster Wallace Archive Finds a Home - Posted March 9, 2010
Yesterday the University of Texas at Austin's Harry Ransom Center acquired the archive of writer David Foster Wallace. The collection includes annotated books from the author's bookshelf, like that scribble-filled copy (pictured, ... [GalleyCat]

Don DeLillo and A.M. Homes Protest Imprisonment of Chinese Author Liu Xiaobo - Posted December 31, 2009
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eBook Delays at Simon & Schuster and Hachette - Posted December 9, 2009
Yesterday Simon & Schuster and Hachette made headlines as they revealed they will delay the eBook release of many frontlist titles. Simon & Schuster CEO Carolyn Reidy, t... [GalleyCat]

First Glimpse of Don DeLillo's Slim New Novel - Posted October 14, 2009
Scribner's Spring 2010 catalog gives literary fans a sneak peek at Don DeLillo's new novel, "Point Omega." The 128-page novel comes out in February 2010. The website Don De... [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]

David Cronenberg to Adapt Don DeLillo Novel - Posted July 27, 2009
Critically-acclaimed director David Cronenberg will shoot a filmed version of Don DeLillo's 'Cosmopolis"--a 2003 nove... [GalleyCat]

Esquire's In-Titled Fiction Contest - Posted May 13, 2009
Esquire magazine has launched a short fiction contest that allows writers to create everything except the title. Contest entries must make use of one of these three titles: "Twenty-Ten," "An Insurrection," and "Never, Ever Bring This Up Again." The contest celebrates the launch of the magazine's ... [GalleyCat]

9/11 Novels Don't Stack Up to Non-Fiction - Posted September 11, 2007
USA Today's Bob Minzesheimer compares numbers on fiction and non-fiction published since 9/11 that happen to focus in some way upon the event. 1,036 non-fiction titles - most notably the 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT - have found their way to bookstores in the past six years according to Books in Print,... [GalleyCat]

Adrian Grenier's Book Entourage, 'Fundragers' - Posted May 21, 2007
Warning: If hipster-than-thou actors who organize things called "fundragers" ("fundraiser" + "rager" as in "party" — get it? Get it?) tend to annoy you, read no further. Green-leaning Entourage star Adrian Grenier, who splits his time between Brooklyn and Los Feliz, decided... [Fishbowl NY]

Adrian Grenier's Book Entourage, 'Fundragers' - Posted May 21, 2007
Warning: If hipster-than-thou actors who organize things called "fundragers" ("fundraiser" + "rager" as in "party" — get it? Get it?) tend to annoy you, read no further. Green-leaning Entourage star Adrian Grenier, who splits his time between Brooklyn and Los Feliz, decided... [FishbowlNY]

Scene @ the American Academy of Arts and Letters Annual Ceremonial - Posted May 17, 2007
What do Joan Acocella, Paul Auster, David Markson, Don DeLillo, John Updike, William Vollmann, Deborah Eisenberg, Stephen Sondheim, Reynolds Price, Richard Ford, Garrison Keillor, Jim Harrison, Mary Gordon, John Corigliano and many, many more luminaries in the literary, artistic and music worlds have in common? They all sat on the stage... [GalleyCat]

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]

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