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PEN American Center to Auction Off Special Annotated Books From 61 Authors - Posted November 7, 2014
61 authors and 14 artists have made annotations to some of their most beloved works for the First Editions/Second Thoughts (FEST) auction. The funds from this venture will benefit the PEN American Center. The wr... [GalleyCat]

Martin Amis, Paul Auster & Pittacus Lore Debut on the Indie Bestseller List - Posted August 28, 2012
We've collected the books debuting on Indiebound's ... [GalleyCat]

What Are The Most Frequently Shoplifted Books? - Posted April 10, 2012
Neil Strauss' The Game, law enforcement guides and Tintin comics made the list among Quora users who have been discussing the question, "What are the most frequently shoplifted books?" The poster who posed t... [GalleyCat]

Nancy Drew Celebrates Her 80th Anniversary - Posted April 28, 2010
Ever since this GalleyCat editor cracked a classic Nancy Drew book's yellow spine in the 1980s, we've been hooked on detective stories--from the Hardy Boys to Paul Auster. Today's guest on the Morning... [GalleyCat]

Paul Auster's Daughter Serenades Literary Luminaries - Posted December 14, 2009
Novelist Paul Auster's 22-year-old daughter Sophie (pictured, via) sang songs in New York last night at a benefit for PEN America's Readers & Writers... [GalleyCat]

Jonathan Safran Foer on Eating Animal Products - Posted November 2, 2009
As another Monday winds down, here are some odds and ends from the day's publishing news... Next week, Mary Gaitskill, Eric Bogosian, ... [GalleyCat]

Paul Auster and Salman Rushdie Sign Roman Polanski Release Petition - Posted October 5, 2009
As we close out another Monday, here are some news briefs from the literary blogosphere... Barnes & Noble has launched a new mystery blog entitled Ransom Notes, featuring posts by Anne Perry, John Sandford,... [GalleyCat]

Betting Site Ranks Amos Oz as 2009 Nobel Prize Favorite - Posted September 23, 2009
As literary types speculate about this year's nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature before the October announcement date, UK gamblers are hard at work trying to predict a winner of the prestigious prize. According to the betting site ... [GalleyCat]

American Readers: Rising Up or Fading Out? - Posted June 1, 2009
On Friday afternoon, American readers were praised, teased, and celebrated during a lively BEA panel discussion moderated by Granta's newly-appointed acting editor, John Freeman.... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ the American Academy of Arts and Letters Annual Ceremonial - Posted May 17, 2007
What do Joan Acocella, Paul Auster, David Markson, Don DeLillo, John Updike, William Vollmann, Deborah Eisenberg, Stephen Sondheim, Reynolds Price, Richard Ford, Garrison Keillor, Jim Harrison, Mary Gordon, John Corigliano and many, many more luminaries in the literary, artistic and music worlds have in common? They all sat on the stage... [GalleyCat]

Hidden Gems Among the Remaindered - Posted January 21, 2007
Before Chicago Sun-Times Books editor Cheryl Reed went away to India, she attended the 16th annual Chicago International Remainder & Overstock Book Exposition, known to one and all in the publishing world as CIROBE. And as Reed discovers after a bookseller has located a copy of her latest book, no author... [GalleyCat]

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