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Memoirist Sarah Palin Shopping Nature Show - Posted March 24, 2010
Bestselling memoirist and former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin reportedly has been shopping a reality television nature show--a prospect that has touched off speculation around t... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCatnip: Edwidge Danticat Will Miss the Oprah Winfrey Show - Posted November 20, 2009
For your weekend reading pleasure, here some publishing news briefs... Oprah Winfrey announced today that she will end her popular show in 2011, closing the televised side of the most influential book club in America. Autho... [GalleyCat]

Lit Bloggers Debate Kindle Blog Program - Posted May 20, 2009
Two long-time literary bloggers recently joined Amazon Kindle's new blog program, sharing reservations and hopes for the new device. Last week Amazon.com, Inc. opened a new program allowing bloggers to syndicate material on the Kindle--with Amazon setting the price and giving bloggers... [GalleyCat]

Novelist Colson Whitehead Pens TV Poetry - Posted April 7, 2009
At last week's Happy Ending reading series, novelist Colson Whitehead suggested a new series of pop culture poetry: "Tony Danza Miracles: Haiku Inspired By Popular Television Programs." At the urging of author ... [GalleyCat]

Could Microblogs Destroy the Auction Paradigm? - Posted July 9, 2008
Monday's item about the Twitter-ing around the Lynne Spear memoir elicited a thoughtful reaction from Maud Newton, who reminded readers that "online small talk, especially pre-deal, is a double-edged sword." Newton focused on a string of Twitter posts by HarperCollins marketing manager Felicia Sullivan... [GalleyCat]

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