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Rubenfeld Stays with Headline, Moves to Riverhead - Posted July 13, 2007
One would think that a Richard & Judy pick would have a bit more fanfare when his next book deal is picked up. And in the UK, that is indeed the case for Jed Rubenfeld, as the Bookseller reports that Headline Review associate publisher Mary-Anne Harrington b... [GalleyCat]

For Katharine Weber, the Book Club Came to Her - Posted June 20, 2007
Katharine Weber had been to the corner of Greene and Washington Place many times before. Sometimes it was for direct research for the book that became TRIANGLE, just out in paperback from Picador. Later, after the book was published, she would stop by on her way to events and take a... [GalleyCat]

Oprah Picks Eugenides - Posted June 5, 2007
PW Daily's Charlotte Abbott reports that the latest selection of Oprah's Book Club is MIDDLESEX by Jeffrey Eugenides. Word that this novel would be Oprah's next pick trickled out last weekend, as hundreds of booksellers gathered at Book Expo America. Many receive... [GalleyCat]

Covering the Indian Publishing Scene - Posted April 30, 2007
The Gulf Times has a standard piece on the importance of cover art, but the added wrinkle is that this talks almost exclusively about Indian publishing houses - and how they are trying to keep pace with the eye-popping covers used around the world. Deepti Talwar, senior editor at Rupa publishing... [GalleyCat]

Crossing All Genres, One Book at a Time - Posted April 19, 2007
One of the best reading surprises of the year for me was Alison McGhee's new novel FALLING BOY, a slim tale of a paraplegic teen's move to a new city where he meets a little girl who fervently, absolutely believes he is a superhero. McGhee's in New York tonight for a... [GalleyCat]

Dateline LBF: Making Global Sense of it - Posted April 18, 2007
<img src="http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2007/04/18/arts/18fair_CA1.600.jpg" width=400 height=213) The New York Times' Alan Riding has been at LBF all week and seems, at least for the purposes of this article, to have a golly-gee approach to the trade show that's less about celebrating books, he says, and more about "the art of the deal." And even... [GalleyCat]

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