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Free Samples of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalists - Posted February 21, 2013
The finalists for the 33rd annual Los Angeles Times Book Prize have been revealed, and we've collected free samples of all their books below-some of the best books released in 2012. Here's more about ... [GalleyCat]

Best Book Editors on Twitter - Posted March 30, 2011
Book editors have had a rough time in recent years--layoffs, uncertain roles, and crazy workloads. To celebrate National Novel Editing Month and help aspiring writers connect with editors, we've updated our directory of the Best Book Editors on Twitter (collected below... [AllTwitter]

LibriVox Founder Launches Audiobook Company with Indie Press Offerings - Posted October 20, 2010
LibriVox founder Hugh McGuire launched a new audiobook company today. ... [GalleyCat]

Paul Harding Wins 2010 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction - Posted April 12, 2010
Today Paul Harding won the Pulitzer Prize for his novel Tinkers, a major award for an indie press operated out of the Bellevue Hospital Center. The other finalists were Love in Infant Monkeys by ... [GalleyCat]

Large Hadron Collider in Book Reviews - Posted March 30, 2010
This morning the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) broke world records for smashing together elementary particles at high levels of energy--a phy... [GalleyCat]

Best Book Editors on Twitter - Posted March 8, 2010
According to Tweepsearch, 25,080 people identify themselves as an "editor" on Twitter. Nevertheless, book editors have had a rough time in recent years--layoffs, uncertain roles, and crazy workloads. Today we've decided to celebrate and recognize the editors in ... [GalleyCat]

The Art of Hypothetical Book Design - Posted March 1, 2010
Today part-time book designer Charlie Orr launched a unique project--designing a hypothetical book cover for a book that a well-known author will never write. "I ask auth... [GalleyCat]

Michael Cunningham Sentence Animated - Posted September 14, 2009
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Literary Journal Meets Thrift Store - Posted July 8, 2009
Like a Salvation Army staffed by brilliant writers, Significant Objects has created a new kind of online journal--publishing and selling on eBay. The new site pairs a writer with an odd object--a mug, a child's game, or a ceramic cat. The author writes a story about the object, and the object and... [GalleyCat]

POD Literary Journal - Posted July 2, 2009
The brand new literary journal, Electric Literature, combines old and new media distribution models in a new kind of product. The magazine will be published as a digital text, with a print-on-demand option for readers looking for paper copies of the journal. In addition, the journal can be purchased as an e-book,... [GalleyCat]

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