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Elizabeth Keenan Promoted at Plume & Hudson Street Press - Posted July 11, 2013
Elizabeth Keenan has been promoted to executive director of publicity at Plume and Hudson Street Press. Keenan has worked on campaigns for the reboot of Anne Rice's Sleeping Beauty trilogy, George Orwell's 1984, and Sarah Jio's T... [GalleyCat]

Literary Agent Offers Advice for YA Authors - Posted March 20, 2012
In the "Pitching An Agent" feature at, literary agent Laura Langlie gave aspiring YA writers some hints on how to pitch her agency. Langlie represents author Meg Cab... [GalleyCat]

James Patterson Combines YA & Adult Book Trailers - Posted July 19, 2011
Author James Patterson recently released a novel book trailer: promoting his YA novel and his adult thriller in the same television commercial. In the book trailer embedded above, Patterson shares the spotlight with an animated version of Middle School, The Worst Years of My Life's protagonist . As the video explains,... [GalleyCat]

Wall Street Journal Reporter Sparks Controversy with YA Readers - Posted June 6, 2011
Wall Street Journal reporter Meghan Cox Gordon criticized themes of "explicit abuse, violence and depravity" in YA fiction over the weekend. As of this writing, her controversial essay has received 71 comments and... [GalleyCat]

Are Greek Myths the Next Trend for Teens? - Posted April 29, 2011
Publishers are always on the lookout for the next big trend as evidenced by the wave of vampire and dystopian stories throughout the last few years. In the coming months, teen fiction readers can expect several new titles inspired by Greek myths. The video embedded above features a clip chronicling the rise... [GalleyCat]

Scholastic Launches 'this is teen' Virtual Book Club - Posted April 13, 2011
Scholastic has partnered with SCVNGR, a location-based mobile gaming application platform, to create this is teen, a smartphone and Facebook-focused program to connect teens with some of their... [GalleyCat]

Writers Rock The (Too Young To) Vote - Posted September 19, 2008
Young adult authors -- like Judy Blume Meg Cabot, Holly Black, ... [FishbowlLA]

Bestselling Authors Get Graphic - Novel, That Is - Posted June 5, 2007
Not long after Karin Slaughter's first novel was published back in 2001, she made reference to a standalone novel she wanted to write called THE RECIDIVISTS. "It's a sort of cautionary tale with a solid murder mystery at its core," she told SHOTS Magazine back in 2002. "It takes place in... [GalleyCat]

That e-Book thing Makes a UK Comeback, Sort of - Posted April 27, 2007
Technology being what it is, an idea deemed unsuccessful a few years ago can suddenly be brand new once more. So it goes with the e-book as Publishing News reports that the Orion Group is to publish its first e-book next year, WEB 2.0 by Paul Carr - most likely as... [GalleyCat]