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Amazon Editors' Must Reads For May - Posted May 1, 2014
Ever wonder what Amazon editors like to read? Well, the group has complied a list of their favorite reads for the month of May. The top 10 list includes a number of fiction and nonfiction titles. No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State by ... [GalleyCat]

Reagan Arthur Named Publisher of Little, Brown - Posted February 7, 2013
Reagan Arthur, the editorial director of Little, Brown's Reagan Arthur Books imprint, will be the next publisher and senior VP of Little, Brown. She will assume her new role on April 1st as Michael Pietsch becomes the new CEO of Hachette Book Group.... [GalleyCat]

David Foster Wallace on Your Mac Thesaurus - Posted August 22, 2012
You can get some free writing advice from the great David Foster Wallace while working on your computer. Every Mac computer contains a copy of the Oxford American Writer's Thesaurus, a powerful tool for writers that featu... [GalleyCat]

Reviewing Novel Reviews: Bright Lights, Big Review - Posted January 27, 2010
As we continue our first week here at GalleyCat Reviews, here ... [GalleyCat]

Salman Rushdie's Dinner with Thomas Pynchon - Posted July 17, 2009
Last night a crowd of literature lovers filled up Three Lives & Co. bookstore and spilled into the West Village street for a literary block party--celebrating the release of G... [GalleyCat]

Joshua Ferris' Then We Came to the End Nominated for National Book Award - Posted October 10, 2007
Ad world muckraker Joshua Ferris has been nominated for a National Book Award for his first novel, Then W... [UnBeige]

BEA: On the Town - Posted June 4, 2007
As always, the convention is only part of the BEA story, with parties filling in the gaps. So as promised, reports mixed with more blurry cameraphone photos follow of some of the parties I attended over the course of the weekend. After our our party Thursday night, Mary Reagan and I cabbed... [GalleyCat]

Why David Blum Should Get Out More - Posted May 15, 2007
The snark fairy very much wants to point out how difficult it may be to take seriously the opinion of someone who so haplessly ran the Village Voice into the ground, but there's plenty of evidence showing just the logic flaws in David Blum's New York Sun opinion piece about the... [GalleyCat]

The Book Review is Debut-Happy - Posted April 2, 2007
Boris Kachka's piece in this week's New York Magazine has some fun with the New York Times Book Review's recent mini-trend of putting debut novels on the cover of its publication (most recently, Joshua Ferris's THEN WE CAME TO THE END.) Going back deep into the Chip McGrath... [GalleyCat]

Joshua Ferris Is the Upton Sinclair of Advertising - Posted March 6, 2007
Then We Came to the End is a new novel by Joshua Ferris that's currently making waves with ad and design folk for presenting an unflattering yet brilliant mirror in which to see ourselves. The main character works as a copywriter in a Chicago ad agency just after the dot-com collapse... [UnBeige]

Meet your Granta Best of Young American Novelists - Posted March 2, 2007
Granta announced its second-ever list of Best of Young American Novelists, comprised of 21 American-based authors aged 35 and under. And what's immediately apparent, just as with the first list published back in 1996, is how many of them, um, haven't published novels yet. Which isn't to say it isn't a... [GalleyCat]

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