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The Fault in Our Stars Named Most Popular Book Within The Twittersphere - Posted 4 days, 16 hours ago
BookVibe has examined 80 million Twitter posts from the past 12 months. Quartz reports that the data shows that the most popular book on the Twittersphere is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Green's hit young adult... [GalleyCat]

Teaser Trailer Unleashed For 'Jurassic World' - Posted November 24, 2014
Universal Pictures has unleashed a new teaser trailer for Jurassic World. Thus far, it has drawn more than 3.6 million views on YouTube. The video embedded above offers glimpses of Chris Pratt as Owen and Bryce Dallas Howard as Cla... [GalleyCat]

Michael Crichton's 'John Lange' Novels Republished - Posted August 13, 2013
The late author Michael Crichton wrote a series of thrillers under the penname "John Lange" before he became famous for novels like The Andromeda Strain or Jurassic Park. Hard Case Crime reprinted these books, but they were told not "to breathe a word of his real ... [GalleyCat]

What If Jurassic Park Was a Musical? - Posted September 10, 2012
Over the summer, the Old Murder House Theatre troupe toured the country with a cheesy musical adaptation of Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park. We've embedded a video about the Jurassic Live: Dino Action Show above--what do you think? Using cardboard boxes, papier-m ch and some simple costumes, the acto... [GalleyCat]

The Time to Start Advertising to Monkeys is Now - Posted June 16, 2011
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Michael Crichton's 'Micro' Coming in November - Posted May 23, 2011
HarperCollins will ????posthumously?? publish Micro by Michael Crichton in November. Prior to his passing in 2008, Crichton (pictured, via) had written about one-third of the book. According to ... [GalleyCat]

'The Silence of the Lambs' Leads NPR List of Top 100 Thrillers - Posted August 4, 2010
Counting more than 100,000 votes, NPR Books has assembled a list of Killer Thrillers, readers' picks for the top 100 thrillers of all time. Surprisingly, recent bestsellers like The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by ... [GalleyCat]

Henry Holt Stops Production of Charles Pellegrino Book - Posted March 1, 2010
Today the AP reported that Henry Holt and Company has ceased publication of The Last Train From Hiroshima, a nonfiction book by ... [GalleyCat]

HarperCollinsCanada Launches New Weekend-Themed Imprint - Posted January 11, 2010
In May 2010, HarperCollinsCanada will launch HarperWeekend, a leisure-reading centered imprint that will spotlight sure-fire hits like Michael Crichton's "Pirate Latitudes." HarperCollinsCanada's publisher Iris Tupholme... [GalleyCat]

Viral Video, Publishing, and Puppies - Posted June 1, 2009
During BEA, scores of pu... [GalleyCat]

Mediabistro Blog-Family Roundup - Posted April 6, 2009
Twitter is on a hiring spree- FishbowlNY Brian Williams to receive Cronkite Award- ... [FishbowlLA]

HarperCollins to Posthumously Publish Michael Crichton Novels - Posted April 6, 2009
HarperCollins will publish two new books by Michael Crichton, the author's final projects before he passed away last November. The author of the classic novels Jurassic Park and The Andromeda Strain was working on two books, according ... [GalleyCat]

Michael Crichton, 66 - Posted November 5, 2008
The beloved author of The Andromeda Strain, and Jurassic Park and the creator of ER, Michael Crichton died yesterday after a private battle with cancer. More here. ... [FishbowlLA]

FBLA 20 Questions: Sasha Pasulka - Posted September 24, 2007
Sasha Pasulka entered our world when we auditioned for Hush-Hush, a VH1 blog gossip idea that never took off. Pasulka, the full time editor of The Evil Beet, recently left her benefits-intensive position in the software industry, thus sidelining her MBA, She's busy launching a fashion ... [FishbowlLA]

Justin Cronin Bloodsucks Big Money from Ballantine - Posted July 12, 2007
New York Magazine's Vulture blog scooped up quite the deal story yesterday afternoon involving PEN/Hemingway award winner Justin Cronin. In a major change of direction - also involving a pseudonym, Jordan Ainsley - Cronin is working on a postapoc... [GalleyCat]