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Andrew Wylie Speaks Out Against Amazon - Posted November 7, 2014
Amazon and Hachette have been locked in a feud over eBook pricing since May 2014. Many members of the publishing community have spoken out about this situation and some have even mobilized to form the Authors United group. Earlier this year, ... [GalleyCat]

High Profile Writers Set to Join Authors United - Posted October 6, 2014
Several high profile writers have agreed to join in Authors United's fight against Amazon. The new members include Philip Roth, Orhan Pamuk, Salman Rushdie, ... [GalleyCat]

Orhan Pamuk Inks Deal with ABRAMS - Posted April 12, 2012
Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk has landed a deal with ABRAMS for The Innocence of Objects. The book is slated for worldwide release in October 2012. Andrew Wylie of the Wylie Agency negotiated the deal with editor-in-chief Eric Himmel... [semanticweb.com]

Jeff Howe Relaunches One Book, One Twitter as 1book140 - Posted May 25, 2011
Jeff Howe has partnered with The Atlantic to relaunch the online book club, One Book, One Twitter. Howe explained in ... [GalleyCat]

Francine Prose Wins International Humanities Medal - Posted December 1, 2010
Writer Francine Prose (pictured) has been awarded the Washington University International Humanities Medal, a biennial award that includes a $25,000 prize. Prose accepted her award with an address titled, "... [GalleyCat]

Stephen King Headlines Vampire Panel at New Yorker Festival - Posted October 6, 2010
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Orhan Pamuk Seeks to Build Museum - Posted October 4, 2010
Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk (pictured) seeks to build his fictional Museum Of Innocence as an actual museum. The museum will be located in Pamuk's hometown Istanbul, Turkey, and he hopes to open before the end of 2010. ... [GalleyCat]

Kureshi Accuses BBC of Censorship - Posted April 17, 2007
Hanif Kureshi's National Short Story Prize-nominated story was supposed to be read on the BBC, but that didn't happen after concluding that the broadcast timing of "Weddings and Beheadings" "would not be right" following unconfirmed reports that kidnapped BBC Gaza correspondent Alan Johnston had been killed by a jihadist group, ... [GalleyCat]

Pamuk Reportedly Living in Exile in New York - Posted February 14, 2007
The Telegraph reports that in the wake of possible threats after the assassination of journalist Hrant Dink, Orhan Pamuk has left his native Turkey behind for New York City, and is said to have told friends he has set no deadline for his return. "What I was told was more than... [GalleyCat]

Elif Shafak's Endangered Status - Posted February 12, 2007
The New York Times' Julie Bosman gets a hold of Turkish writer Elif Shafak on her one and only American stop - a tour curtailed from six cities to one as a result of the murder of Hrant Dink, a prominent Turkish newspaper editor of Armenian anc... [GalleyCat]

Pamuk Cancels Germany Appearances - Posted February 1, 2007
Turkish Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk has canceled a publicity tour of Germany amid fears for his safety following the murder of Turkish-Armenian editor Hrant Dink, the Guardian reports. Hanser Verlag, Pamuk's German publisher, confirmed that the celebrated author had cal... [GalleyCat]