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A Conversation with Robert De Niro's Film Archivist | New Dish on Gone With The Wind - Posted February 19, 2014
I was joined today by my good friend 'Mayor' Joe Armstrong who I first met (where else?) in this very dining room seven years ago. Joe has introduced me to countless interesting folks over the years including ... [Fishbowl NY]

A Conversation with Robert De Niro's Film Archivist | New Dish on Gone With The Wind - Posted February 19, 2014
I was joined today by my good friend 'Mayor' Joe Armstrong who I first met (where else?) in this very dining room seven years ago. Joe has introduced me to countless interesting folks over the years including ... [FishbowlNY]

'Less is not-less.' Joyce Carol Oates Tweets About Twitter - Posted October 22, 2012
Last night at the Norman Mailer Award Ceremony in NYC,Oliver Stone said beautifully:"A serious writer is a rebel." -- Joyce Carol Oates (@JoyceCarolOates) October 5, 2012   The great author Joyce Carol Oates joined Twitter recently, and her feed has been filled with a long-form writer's meditations on thi... [GalleyCat]

When Should Writers Work for Free? - Posted March 30, 2012
When should writers work for free? It is one of the most difficult questions facing writers in the 21st Century as unpaid outlets multiply online. In an interview at The Paris Review... [GalleyCat]

When Should Writers Work for Free? - Posted March 30, 2012
When should writers work for free? It is one of the most difficult questions facing writers in the 21st Century as unpaid outlets multiply online. In an interview at The Paris Review... [semanticweb.com]

NY Times Journalist Takes LA Weekly Parent Company to Task for Aiding Sex Traffickers - Posted January 26, 2012
Nicholas Kristof is something of an expert on sex trafficking. The Pulitzer Prize journalist has covered the issue extensively in both his reporting and his book Half the Sky: From Oppression to Opportunity for Women Worldwide. So his criticism of Village Voice Media for aiding human traffickers through their Backpage.com sex... [FishbowlLA]

Son of Village Voice Founder Criticizes Company for Ads that Have Been Used for Sex Trafficking - Posted January 12, 2012
John Mailer, son of writer and Village Voice co-founder Norman Mailer, has joined the ... [Fishbowl NY]

Son of Village Voice Founder Criticizes Company for Ads that Have Been Used for Sex Trafficking - Posted January 12, 2012
John Mailer, son of writer and Village Voice co-founder Norman Mailer, has joined the ... [FishbowlNY]

Son of Village Voice Founder Condemns Company for Aiding Child Sex Traffickers - Posted January 12, 2012
John Buffalo Mailer, son of Norman Mailer, who co-founded the Village Voice in 1955, has joined the campaign calling for Village Voice Media to shutter its adult ad section because it can, ... [FishbowlLA]

Norris Church Mailer Has Died - Posted November 22, 2010
Author Norris Church Mailer passed away on Sunday. She was 61-years-old. Mailer was born Barbara Jean Davis. She wrote a memoir called A Ticket to the Circus and two novels, W... [GalleyCat]

Wylie Agency Forms New eBook Imprint - Posted July 22, 2010
The Wylie Agency decided to strike out on its own this week, publishing 20 eBooks through the literary agency's brand new Odyssey Editions imprint. These new books will be published exclusively through the Amazon Kindle Store, revealing why Andrew Wylie said eBo... [GalleyCat]

Details: Gen X Men Do Read Books - Posted December 10, 2009
Today Details magazine unveiled the 25 Greatest Gen X Books of All Time, giving GalleyCat an exclusive peek at the picks. The ... [GalleyCat]

NBF Will Celebrate Gore Vidal and Dave Eggers - Posted September 17, 2009
The National Book Foundation (NBF) announced that Gore Vidal will receive the 2009 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters and Dave Eggers will receive the 2009 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the Am... [GalleyCat]

Norman Mailer on the Moon - Posted July 20, 2009
Forty years ago, Life magazine gave Norman Mailer a plum assignment: writing essays to accompany the magazine's gorgeous photos of the moon landing. Now Taschen is selling a $1,000 coffee table book collecting that historic ... [GalleyCat]

John Wray's Michiko Kakutani Tattoo - Posted May 7, 2009
Few literary critics inspire emotion like NY Times critic, Michiko Kakutani. Some worship her reviews, and others, (like Norman Mailer) wished they could ... [GalleyCat]

Mailer to Sulzberger: 'Michiko Was First With the Worst' - Posted February 27, 2009
Before the Internet was around as an tool with which to fight back, or start them in the first place, writers had to resort to, gasp, letter writing. The Beast has a collection of letters penned by the late ... [Fishbowl NY]

Mailer to Sulzberger: 'Michiko Was First With the Worst' - Posted February 27, 2009
Before the Internet was around as an tool with which to fight back, or start them in the first place, writers had to resort to, gasp, letter writing. The Beast has a collection of letters penned by the late ... [FishbowlNY]

Tina Brown Discusses The Book Beast: 'It's Really Important to Support Books' - Posted February 6, 2009
Anyone with even a passing interest in books is by now painfully aware of the struggles the publishing industry is currently undergoing. Troubles came to a head last December when widespread layoffs were announced at both Random House an... [Fishbowl NY]

Tina Brown Discusses The Book Beast: 'It's Really Important to Support Books' - Posted February 6, 2009
Anyone with even a passing interest in books is by now painfully aware of the struggles the publishing industry is currently undergoing. Troubles came to a head last December when widespread layoffs were announced at both Random House an... [FishbowlNY]

Morning Reading List, 11.10.08 - Posted November 10, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [FishbowlDC]

The Jezebellion Wave - Posted July 16, 2008
We're not sure how many FBNY readers have been keeping up with the whole Jezebel kerfuffle — between the July 4 holiday and going Canadian we most... [Fishbowl NY]

The Jezebellion Wave - Posted July 16, 2008
We're not sure how many FBNY readers have been keeping up with the whole Jezebel kerfuffle — between the July 4 holiday and going Canadian we most... [FishbowlNY]

Morning Reading List, 12.13.07 - Posted December 13, 2007
Good morning Washington. Quickly navigate Morning Reading List: NEWSPAPERS | TV | ONLINE MEDIA | RADIO | REVOLVING DOOR | JOBS Your coworkers ... [FishbowlDC]

LongPen To Debut in Bookstores - Posted August 20, 2007
After limited success with Margaret Atwood's device at the Edinburgh Book Festival - enabling Norman Mailer and Alice Munro to make "appearances" - the book-tour substitute device will make its debut into a record store and several bookstores in Canada, the United States and England for a trial run that could... [GalleyCat]

Writers Slash Their Not-So Favorite Books Into Pieces - Posted May 21, 2007
Earlier this month, Wall Street Journal theater critic Terry Teachout espoused the joys of brevity in books in his most recent "Sightings" column on Orion's plans to publish abridged editions of classic novels. Now the New York Times' Motoko Rich pushes the idea forward in a not-entirely-serious vein, aski... [GalleyCat]

Monday Morning Meta Media Mashup - Posted March 12, 2007
James Brady has, like, lost it, man: "Forgotten Hemingway" | James Brady, Forbes Forbes' resident namedropper is at it again: "I've long been a contributor to Parade magazine, along with Norman Mailer, ... [Fishbowl NY]

Monday Morning Meta Media Mashup - Posted March 12, 2007
James Brady has, like, lost it, man: "Forgotten Hemingway" | James Brady, Forbes Forbes' resident namedropper is at it again: "I've long been a contributor to Parade magazine, along with Norman Mailer, ... [FishbowlNY]

Mailer's Hitler Depiction Angers Germans - Posted January 29, 2007
When THE CASTLE IN THE FOREST, Norman Mailer's first novel in 10 years, was published earlier this month, the reviews were mixed, ranging from laudatory to cranky. But the reaction pales in comparison to the reception in Germany, where the Guardian reports people are rather upset at Mailer's depiction of "Adi,"... [GalleyCat]

'Look Book' Book | Norman Mailer's Spunk | Ex-NBCU Treasurer Arrested | CNN Execs Take To The Tropics - Posted January 26, 2007
New York Mag: To publish "Look Book" book. [WWD] Norman Mailer: "Still has all the spunk of an angry punk." [Rush and Mol... [Fishbowl NY]

'Look Book' Book | Norman Mailer's Spunk | Ex-NBCU Treasurer Arrested | CNN Execs Take To The Tropics - Posted January 26, 2007
New York Mag: To publish "Look Book" book. [WWD] Norman Mailer: "Still has all the spunk of an angry punk." [Rush and Mol... [FishbowlNY]

Regan a Clef and More Publishing-Inspired Books - Posted January 26, 2007
AP's Hillel Italie is the latest reporter to profile Bridie Clark and her debut novel BECAUSE SHE CAN. No matter how much she and Warner Books, the book's publisher, swear up and down that the dragon-lady boss character, Vivian Grant, bears no resemblance to Judith Regan... [GalleyCat]

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