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Shindig to Host Online Author Chats Live From BEA - Posted May 28, 2013
Missing BookExpo America this year? You can watch many of the the guests online. Shindig will be hosting video chats with fifty authors live from BEA. These online conversations will take place from Thursday,... [GalleyCat]

Jason Ashlock Imagines "Radical Mediation" As Future of Literary Agenting - Posted February 12, 2013
Asserting that the term "indie author" doesn't accurately describe authors who are embracing the digital revolution, literary agent Jason Ashlock outlined his plan for "radical mediation" as an agent in the 21st century publishing world. At the ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

The Future of Literary Agents: 'Publishing Is a Team Sport' - Posted February 12, 2013
AppNewser editor Dianna Dilworth is covering the O'Reilly Tools of Change Author Revolution conference in New York, collecting publishing intelligence for ou... [GalleyCat]

Publishing for Vision & Hearing Hosts Charity Auction - Posted December 28, 2012
Literary agent Irene Goodman founded a nonprofit called Publishing for Vision & Hearing (PubVH) in honor of her son, Rob, who suffers from Usher Syndrome. Currently, PubVH is hosting a charity auction. Those who are interested can place their bids u... [GalleyCat]

The Art of Rushing Jeremy Lin - Posted February 22, 2012
Today Timothy Dalrymple landed a book deal with Hachette Book Group's Center Street imprint to write Jeremy Lin: The Reason Behind the Linsanity. Publisher Rolf Zettersten acquired the book and publication is set for May. Here's mor... [GalleyCat]

Why I Write Hashtag Sweeps Twitter - Posted March 10, 2011
Why do you write? As you can see by the tweets below, even published authors have different reasons. Yesterday Movable Type Literary Group agent Jason Ashlock asked writers to answer the question on Twitter, generating thousands of responses on Twitter. Add your ... [GalleyCat]

How To Get Published - Posted December 15, 2010
Writing a pitch to describe a book is similar to creating an online dating profile, said Richard Nash, founder of Cursor, at the eBook Summit today.... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Why I Read Hashtag Makes National Twitter Trend - Posted December 8, 2010
Today Movable Type Literary Group Jason Ashlock launched a Twitter hashtag with a simple declaration: "Why I Read." In a surprising twist that should inspire authors and publishers... [GalleyCat]

Brianne Mulligan Joins Movable Type Literary Group as Associate Agent - Posted November 17, 2010
Former Razorbill associate editor Brianne Mulligan has joined Movable Type Literary Group as an associate agent. At the agency, she will focus on "high concept YA and middle grade fiction" along with a few commercial fiction and nonfiction projects for adult readers. At the Penguin YA imprint, Mullig... [GalleyCat]

Google Creative Lab Debuts 'Demo Slam' - Posted October 20, 2010
To promote Google (like they need it) and the full suite of Google innovations, the search giant's Creat... [AgencySpy]

Tumblr Counts A Billion Posts, 7.2 Million Users & Tons of Book Deals - Posted August 24, 2010
Today TechCrunch reported that Tumblr has recorded more than one billion posts. Even more dramatically, the article counted 7.2 million users and 1.7 billion pageviews a month. To celebrate, we've collected some of the book deals coming out of this creative blog network. In January 2010, the ... [GalleyCat]

Ads in Books Debate Divides Twitter - Posted August 19, 2010
Publishing folk around the Twitter-sphere debated one question all day: Should we put advertisements in books? The Wall Street Journal touched of the debate with an article about the possibility of advertisements in digital books: "With an integrated system, an advertiser or publisher can ... [GalleyCat]