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Jonathan Galassi: 'Don't be afraid to listen to constructive criticism' - Posted April 23, 2013
Happy National Poetry Month! All throughout April, we will interview poets about working in this digital age. Recently, we spoke with poet Jonathan Galassi. Farrar, Straus and Giroux publisher Galassi has written three poetry collections including the 2012 title, Left-Handed. In the past, h... [GalleyCat]

Stephen Morrison Named Picador Publisher - Posted April 2, 2012
Penguin Books associate publisher Stephen Morrison will serve as the new publisher at Macmillan's Picador Books. He starts on April 30th. Henry Holt publisher Stephen Rubin and FSG publisher Jonathan Galassi welcomed the new editor in a memo: "Stephen brings exa... [GalleyCat]

Susan Sontag Was Once a Struggling Author - Posted July 15, 2010
Today Farrar, Straus and Giroux launched its new multimedia Work in Progress newsletter with a feature on the late Susan Sontag--including the letter (pictured) that publicists sent to literary critics and authors to promote her first book. It should cheer up all the asp... [GalleyCat]

Ingram CEO at BEA 2010: 'Digital Versions Didn't Cause Piracy' - Posted May 25, 2010
Farrar, Straus, and Giroux president Jonathan Galassi opened BEA 2010 with a contentious conversation between industry leaders--generating plenty of fireworks, but few conclusions. His publishing CEO panel focused on the themes of Galassi's controversial ... [GalleyCat]

Poetry Slams Slammed - Posted June 4, 2009
Despite the fact 80 cities have joined the national poetry slam competition and President Barack Obama threw an exclusive White House slam, the "originator" of the poetry slam ... [GalleyCat]

Doubleday Executive Editor Wins 2009 Maxwell E. Perkins Award - Posted May 22, 2009
Doubleday executive editor and VP Gerald Howard has won the Mercantile Library Center for Fiction's 2009 Maxwell E. Perkins Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Field of Fiction. Howard will receive his award at the Library's Nov... [GalleyCat]

Scott Turow Jumps to Grand Central - Posted April 7, 2009
Bestselling novelist Scott Turow will publish the hardcover sequel to "Presumed Innocent" with Grand Central Publishing rather with than his original hardcover publisher, Farrar Straus & Giroux. The sequel to the 20-year-old novel about a young attorney accused of murder will be published in 2010. Ac... [GalleyCat]

Finally, FSG Gets a New Home - Posted July 18, 2007
Unlike the rest of its Holtzbrinck-owned publishing siblings housed at the Flatiron, Farrar, Straus and Giroux has called Union Square home since 1961. But, as PW's Dermot McEvoy reports, the literary house will move to 18 West 18th Street - a few stones' throw from the Flatiron - by the end... [GalleyCat]

Several Figures Directly Included in Speech - Posted May 9, 2007
One wouldn't necessarily think that essayist and thinker Susan Sontag could generate fresh news - what with her having died recently - but as the Observer's Michael Calderone reports, a 2004 speech just published in a posthumous collection by FSG has sparked some controve... [GalleyCat]