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Philip Roth Says He Has No Desire to Write Fiction - Posted February 4, 2014
Author Philip Roth's current literary career is limited to receiving awards and attending ceremonies nowadays. The ret... [GalleyCat]

Danielle Steel Receives the French Legion of Honor - Posted January 9, 2014
Romance novelist Danielle Steel has received the L gion d'Honneur award from the French government, the highest honor from the country. ... [GalleyCat]

New Report Says Facebook Isn't Reliable to Judge Potential Stellar Employees - Posted January 3, 2014
If employers want to do their due diligence on potential new hires, they should just scope out your Facebook page, right? Um, not quite. Per Forbes, rsearchers at Florida State Univ... [TVNewser]

NaNoWriMo Tip #12: Take a Walk - Posted November 18, 2013
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) launched earlier this month as writers around the globe try to write a 50,000-word novel draft in a single month. To help the GalleyCat readers taking this challenge, we will be offering NaNoWriMo advice throughout the month. Last year, ... [GalleyCat]

Philip Roth Receives Commander of the Legion of Honor Award - Posted September 30, 2013
French Foreign minister Laurent Fabius presented author Philip Roth with the insignia of Commander of the Legion of Honor, at a formal ceremony at the French Embassy in New York on Friday. During the ceremony Fabius praised Roth for his contribut... [GalleyCat]

Free Philip Roth Audiobook Raises Funds for the Newark Public Library - Posted June 4, 2013
The great Philip Roth recorded himself reading "In Memory of a Friend, Teacher and Mentor" to raise funds for the Newark Public Library. Every time a reader ... [GalleyCat]

Free Books by Philip Roth's Favorite Authors - Posted March 19, 2013
The great novelist Philip Roth turned 80 years old today. To celebrate his birthday, we've linked to a long list of free eBooks that inspired his long career ... [semanticweb.com]

Free Books by Philip Roth's Favorite Authors - Posted March 19, 2013
The great novelist Philip Roth turned 80 years old today. To celebrate his birthday, we've linked to a long list of free eBooks that inspired his long career ... [GalleyCat]

Hachette, Penguin and Simon & Schuster Launch Bookish - Posted February 5, 2013
Hachette Book Group, Penguin and Simon & Schuster have launched Bookish, nearly two years after the site was first announced ... [GalleyCat]

Philip Roth Will Not Write Another Novel - Posted November 9, 2012
Salon translated a French article about novelist Philip Roth, uncovering a blunt revelation about his writing career: "Nemesis will be my last book." Published ... [GalleyCat]

Book Riot's Start Here Project on Kickstarter - Posted August 15, 2012
How do you know where to start reading a new author? The Book Riot team hopes to raise $25,000 on Kickstarter for a new book that will help you answer that question. We've embedded a video about ... [GalleyCat]

How Kate Bolick Ended Up on the Cover of The Atlantic - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick set the blogosphere on fire with her popular Atlantic article, "All The Single Ladies." But it wasn't just the behemoth nine-page, 12,000-plus-word piece that made headline... [Fishbowl NY]

How Kate Bolick Ended Up on the Cover of The Atlantic - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick set the blogosphere on fire with her popular Atlantic article, "All The Single Ladies." But it wasn't just the behemoth nine-page, 12,000-plus-word piece that made headline... [FishbowlNY]

Would You Run Away with J.D. Salinger? - Posted February 10, 2011
33-year-old J.D. Salinger tried to run away with a married woman at a Harper's Magazine party in 1952, one writer explained in ... [GalleyCat]

Figment Counted 4,000 Registered Users on First Day - Posted December 7, 2010
The community writing site Figment counted 4,000 registered users during its official launch yesterday, building a new site for young adult readers. Today's guest on the Morning Media Menu was Jacob Lewis, the co-founder and CEO of Figment. Lewis offered advice for publishers looking to build community and advised re... [GalleyCat]

Philip Roth Won't Buy an eReader - Posted October 5, 2010
In a ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

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]

Andrew Wylie: eBook Deals 'Currently On Hold' - Posted June 28, 2010
In a long profile in the current issue of Harvard Magazine, agent Andrew Wylie revealed that eBook deals are "currently on hold across the board" at his famous agency, and cautioned publishers that he could ta... [GalleyCat]

Philip Roth and John Grisham Interviews Fabricated by Italian Journalist - Posted March 29, 2010
An Italian journalist appears to have fabricated an interview with famed novelist Philip Roth, creating imaginary quotes bashing President Barack Obama's presidential performance. This week's ... [GalleyCat]

Philip Roth on Bad Sex Award Shortlist - Posted November 19, 2009
Yesterday the Literary Review announced the shortlist for their annual Bad Sex in Fiction Award; a list that includes a rock star, a Nobel Prize favorite, and of course, Philip Roth. Roth (photo by ... [GalleyCat]

Philip Roth Cuts Lansing, Michigan - Posted November 5, 2009
Novelist Philip Roth curiously cut out a reference to Lansing, Michigan in his thirtieth novel, excising a location a half-hour away from this GalleyCat editor's hometown. The NY Observer... [GalleyCat]

Mark Sanford Celebrates Ayn Rand - Posted October 30, 2009
In the last week, literature met politics in two national publications--with some interesting results. After losing his own book deal, South Carolinia Governor ... [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]

Philip Roth, Techno Star? - Posted June 26, 2009
Following an interview with Philip Roth, the journalist and musician James Marcus created a dance remix sampling the great writer's "Jewish shouting" and laughter--a song ... [GalleyCat]

Scott Moyers Won't Be A Junior Jackal - Posted September 12, 2007
The Observer's Leon Nayfakh catches up with former book editor Scott Moyers, now comfortably ensconced within the Wylie Agency as a literary agent. In the last month alone, Moyers has sold books to Doubleday, Scribner, Random House... [GalleyCat]

Roth Wins PEN/Faulkner Again - Posted February 26, 2007
The Washington Post's Bob Thompson reports that The PEN/Faulkner Foundation will announce today that Philip Roth has won its 2007 award for fiction for his novel EVERYMAN -- making Roth the first writer to receive the award three time... [GalleyCat]

Joel Stein Compares Self To Tom Hanks, Phillip Roth, Doesn't Want Readers To E-Mail Him - Posted January 2, 2007
We'll just let columnist Joel Stein — he of Time magazine, SecondLife and VH1's I Love The Whatever fame — explain ... [Fishbowl NY]

Joel Stein Compares Self To Tom Hanks, Phillip Roth, Doesn't Want Readers To E-Mail Him - Posted January 2, 2007
We'll just let columnist Joel Stein — he of Time magazine, SecondLife and VH1's I Love The Whatever fame — explain ... [FishbowlNY]

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