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Random House To Publish Novel Retellings of Shakespeare Plays - Posted June 27, 2013
Random House's Hogarth fiction imprint will publish prose versions of William Shakespeare's plays, commissioning bestselling novelists to write The Hogarth Shakespeare. The project will open with Anne Tyler rewri... [GalleyCat]

Finalists Revealed for the 25th Annual Publishing Triangle Awards - Posted March 26, 2013
The finalists of the 25th annual Publishing Triangle Awards have been revealed. These awards celebrate the association's mission "to increase awareness of and appreciation for lesbian and gay literature." The winners will be announced on April 25th. The awards ceremony will take place at New School University... [GalleyCat]

Granta Deconstructs Vogue Cover - Posted April 12, 2011
The cover of the upcoming issue of Granta deconstructs women's magazines like Vogue with with pink fonts, splashy headlines, and a connect-the-dots cover model. Granta 115: The F Word will "explore the ways in which feminism continues to inform, address and complicate" the power balance between men... [GalleyCat]

Random House UK Partners with Hammer Films - Posted October 7, 2010
Random House UK will partner with Hammer Films to create the new Hammer imprint. The new imprint plans to publish six titles annually starting in the Spring 2011 season. The types of books will fall under the following categories: "novelizations of new front list film releases, novelizat... [GalleyCat]

Never Underestimate the Power of the Shredder - Posted March 9, 2007
Okay, that's probably a terribly drastic way to keep prying eyes away from hotly pursued manuscripts of books that won't be out for months and months, and it's hard not to feel a little sorry for the Penguin UK publishing employee who, running late to work, accidentally left behind the manuscript... [GalleyCat]