Lizzie Skurnick

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Q&A: Gail Collins
The first woman editorial-page editor at The New York Times writes a book about American women—and talks about Jayson Blair.

So What Do You Do, John Hodgman?
The former literary agent on his writing, his lectures, and the art of blowhard-ism.

Q&A: Kate White
Cosmo's editor just published her second novel, a murder-mystery set in a spa. Lizzie Skurnick talks to her about writing, editing, and the art of the title.

So What Do You Do, Alex Star?
The Boston Globe's "Ideas" editor on the death of Lingua Franca, not going to grad school, and the calm of crushing deadlines.

So What Do You Do, Virginia Heffernan?
The newly ubiqitous cultural critic on her career, Tina and Harvey, and believing in synergy.

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Spotted around the media universe

Facebook Your Next Literary Event - Posted July 28, 2010
Are you planning a literary event? Post the details on our Facebook wall so we can help spread the word. We launched our Facebook page last week and started to build a directory of the best publi... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCat at City Lit - Posted May 11, 2007
If you're in the area of the Enoch Pratt Free Library around 12:15 tomorrow afternoon, join Scott MacKenzie, Lizzie Skurnick and yours truly at the 4th annual City Lit Festival in Baltimore for a conversation on blogging on books.... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ Granta Young Novelists Party - Posted April 25, 2007
Typically, relying on a cameraphone to convey the joie de vivre at Cafe Loup last night after nine of Granta's Best Young American Novelists read and spoke about their work at the New School's Tishman Auditorium leads to blurry, non-specific photographs like the one to the left. But even if the... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ NBCC Finalists Announcement Party - Posted January 22, 2007
When I arrived a few minutes early to Housing Works for the National Book Critics Circle's annual bash to announce their award finalists, I figured - like most parties - ... [GalleyCat]