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Showtime Promotes Dueling Program Marketing and Advertising Heads - Posted July 9, 2012
And by "dueling" we actually mean duel dual. [ed.'s note: der!] It just sounds like a much more explosive story if they're actually "dueling." Anyway, Showtime announced today that Susan Frank and ... [FishbowlLA]

How Much Is an Email Newsletter Worth? - Posted May 9, 2012
How much is an email newsletter worth? Letter.ly lets you build an email newsletter and decide if you want to charge readers for the newsletter subscription. Currently, paid newslet... [GalleyCat]

The Rumpus Will Mail You a Letter - Posted January 3, 2012
As literary journals around the world search for new ways to support themselves, The Rumpus has found an unexpected new strategy--readers can subscribe to receive a weekly letter (via postal service) from th... [GalleyCat]

Emily Gould To Launch Digital Bookstore - Posted July 6, 2011
Writer Emily Gould will partner with Ruth Curry to establish a digital bookstore. According to The New York Observer, they have contacted OR Books ab... [GalleyCat]

Gawker Is Still Looking for an Internal PR Person - Posted August 11, 2010
It's been more than four months since Gawker Media first said... [PRNewser]

Burning Bridges Inc. - Posted May 27, 2010
Emily Gould Former Gawker.com Editor Emily Gould has come to town this week and she promptly threw a rock (more like a boulder) at her old boss, Nick Denton, founder and editor of Gawker Media and founder of Wonkette. She's vis... [FishbowlDC]

Emily Gould Explores Her Memoir, "And the Heart Says Whatever" - Posted May 4, 2010
In 2008, Emily Gould wrote an essay for the NY Times Magazine about her life as a Gawker blogger--earning a book deal and more than 1,200 comments in the process. We interviewed Gould this morning on the ... [GalleyCat]

Writers and Rockers Celebrate Riot Grrrl Revolution - Posted March 5, 2010
Earlier this week, former GalleyCat editor Emily Gould read alongside the young girl band Supercute! at the 92YTribeca in Manhattan--... [GalleyCat]

P.M. Ticker: The Atlantic's publisher speaks | Cashmore on trends | Social Jersey | The Onion's dicktard demo - Posted December 22, 2009
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The NYT Magazine: How Alex Kuczynski is Living Now - Posted December 1, 2008
So maybe the first question that comes to mind when reading Alex Kuczynski's New York Times Magazine ... [Fishbowl NY]

The NYT Magazine: How Alex Kuczynski is Living Now - Posted December 1, 2008
So maybe the first question that comes to mind when reading Alex Kuczynski's New York Times Magazine ... [FishbowlNY]

Emily Gould Is Offering You the Red Pill - Posted August 21, 2008
Former GalleyCat contributing editor Emily Gould has done more this summer than completing the essay collection she sold to Free Press. She's also go... [GalleyCat]

NowPublic Releases Randomly Assembled New York 'MostPublic' List - Posted July 21, 2008
We love lists. Especially ones that sort of tell us what we already know, except they randomly switch it around just to keep it interesting? Make sure we're paying attention? It's not clear. Anyway, wi... [Fishbowl NY]

NowPublic Releases Randomly Assembled New York 'MostPublic' List - Posted July 21, 2008
We love lists. Especially ones that sort of tell us what we already know, except they randomly switch it around just to keep it interesting? Make sure we're paying attention? It's not clear. Anyway, wi... [FishbowlNY]

Commenters: Barnacles on the Web 2.0 Whale? - Posted July 11, 2008
Most people who write online for a living (or even just regularly for their own pleasure) will have their own story to tell regarding commenters, and usually it's bad (though we here at FishbowlNY have no complaints! Mostly because our readers choose to forego the complicated(?) commenting system and write... [Fishbowl NY]

Commenters: Barnacles on the Web 2.0 Whale? - Posted July 11, 2008
Most people who write online for a living (or even just regularly for their own pleasure) will have their own story to tell regarding commenters, and usually it's bad (though we here at FishbowlNY have no complaints! Mostly because our readers choose to forego the complicated(?) commenting system and write... [FishbowlNY]

Could Microblogs Destroy the Auction Paradigm? - Posted July 9, 2008
Monday's item about the Twitter-ing around the Lynne Spear memoir elicited a thoughtful reaction from Maud Newton, who reminded readers that "online small talk, especially pre-deal, is a double-edged sword." Newton focused on a string of Twitter posts by HarperCollins marketing manager Felicia Sullivan... [GalleyCat]

Emily Gould Isn't The Only New Yorker Obsessed With Herself - Posted May 28, 2008
Little surprise that it took the local paper a little longer than the rest of the media to tackle the Emily Gould story. Quoting everyone from Rachel Sklar to our own sister pub, ... [FishbowlLA]

Emily Gould--Why So Mean About Mark Sarvas? - Posted October 9, 2007
Emily Gould, over at Gawker, snipes at Mark Sarvas, our ... [FishbowlLA]

Further Ruminations on "Hot Young Author Chick Syndrome" - Posted August 30, 2007
Remember the time when it was almost impossible to get a novel published if you were under 40? Remember when author photos were nixed if you looked too young for a serious endeavor? Yeah, I don't either, but I have it on pretty good authority that's what publishing was like in... [GalleyCat]

Caption Contest: Gawker Blogger Takes A Nap - Posted July 11, 2007
That couch does look comfy We received this photo, taken of the lovely Gawker co-editor Emily Gould, from a mole inside Gawker's Crosby Street HQ, a scene oddly reminiscent us of the heady, nap-friendly da... [Fishbowl NY]

Caption Contest: Gawker Blogger Takes A Nap - Posted July 11, 2007
That couch does look comfy We received this photo, taken of the lovely Gawker co-editor Emily Gould, from a mole inside Gawker's Crosby Street HQ, a scene oddly reminiscent us of the heady, nap-friendly da... [FishbowlNY]

Douglas Brown's Excellent Marital Sex Adventure - Posted May 17, 2007
A few days ago, we heard through the proverbial grapevine that Denver-based journalist and blogger Douglas Brown had a hot proposal circulating the publishing world. And by hot, we mean the concept, which will see Brown document the results of a pledge between him and his wife to have sex at... [GalleyCat]

Video: Sassy Book Party @ Lolita - Posted April 27, 2007
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Video: Sassy Book Party @ Lolita - Posted April 27, 2007
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Dateline LBF: Ego-tistical - Posted April 18, 2007
At this point, I've no doubt that the already overhyped proposal Ali Gunn's been peddling around the LBF halls will find a home on both sides of the Atlantic, but to call it, as PW Daily does, "the talk of the fair" seems to fit in with the overhype. But don't... [GalleyCat]

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