Rachel Deahl

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Publishers Weekly Releases eBook Guide to Publishing & Self-Publishing - Posted May 21, 2014
Publishers Weekly has published a self-published eBook guide. Publishing 101: The Publishers Weekly Introduction to Publishing and Self-Publishing is designed to help authors navigate every step of the publishing process. Written by journalist Rachel Deahl... [GalleyCat]

New Literary Editor for The Nation - Posted September 12, 2007
PW Daily's Rachel Deahl reports that The Nation's current books editor Adam Shatz is making way for John Palatella, who arrives by way of the Columbia Journalism Review. Shatz is moving on to the London Review of Books. According to Nation editor-in-chief Katrina vanden Heuvel, Palatella will uphold the magazine's commitment... [GalleyCat]

Holtzbrinck Gets Into Podcasting in a Big Way - Posted September 7, 2007
PW Daily's Rachel Deahl reports on Quick and Dirty Tips, an online network of downloadable audio snippets just launched today by Holtzbrinck. The move marks the first attempt by a publisher to establish a money making podcast business and features Grammar Girl's Mignon Fogarty... [GalleyCat]

Bantam Dell Doubles Paperback Format Fun - Posted August 22, 2007
Upon first reading Rachel Deahl's story in PW Daily yesterday, I couldn't help but wonder how feasible Bantam Dell's upcoming Discovery imprint - which will publish select titles in trade and mass market paperback - would be. But then, enough publishers (think McAdam/Cage or many a UK publisher) have simultaneous hardback/paperback... [GalleyCat]

When Publicity Campaigns Go Slightly Awry - Posted March 6, 2007
Last Friday, I received a letter in the mail, addressed directly to me. I didn't recognize the sender but figuring it was probably something publicity-related, I opened it. A florally-designed letter slipped out that addresses one Mr. Pulsifer and is signed "Sincerely, Beatrice Hutchins, Lenox, MA." Publicity stunt, I figured after... [GalleyCat]

Simon & Schuster Sets up Shop in India - Posted January 4, 2007
PW Daily's Rachel Deahl reports that Simon & Schuster is the latest publisher to see the Indian publishing market's potential for profit and prosperity. Following Penguin and HarperCollins' lead, S&S will produce and market select titles from its American and U.K. lists - the first of which will be Mira Kamdar's... [GalleyCat]

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