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Seth Grahame-Smith to Pen Sequel for 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' - Posted March 13, 2014
Writer Seth Grahame-Smith has been working on a sequel to the 2010 hit title, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. D... [GalleyCat]

How Rick Springfield Lost & Found His Signed Stephen King Book - Posted June 20, 2013
Back in the summer of 1981, rock star Rick Springfield met Stephen King--getting his first edition of Danse Macabre personally inscribed by one of his favorite writers. The horror novelist signed the bo... [GalleyCat]

Saturday Evening Post ?Hosts Great American Fiction Contest - Posted May 7, 2013
The Saturday Evening Post has launched the 2014 Great American Fiction Contest. One winner will receive $500 in prize money and publication in both the January/February 2014 edition of the magazine as well as the website. Five other writers will be selected as runners-up; they will also be published on the website... [GalleyCat]

Ray Bradbury Classics Finally Coming as eBooks - Posted April 12, 2013
16 classic Ray Bradbury books are coming to digital booksellers for the very first time. We've posted the complete release schedule below, but the list of new eBook releases includes beloved books like Dandelion Wine, Something Wicked This Way Comes and The Illustrated Ma... [GalleyCat]

Fahrenheit 451 Design Includes Match & Striking Paper - Posted March 7, 2013
Combining a matchbook and a classic novel, designer Elizabeth Perez created a thought-provoking edition of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 for the Austin Crea... [semanticweb.com]

Fahrenheit 451 Design Includes Match & Striking Paper - Posted March 7, 2013
Combining a matchbook and a classic novel, designer Elizabeth Perez created a thought-provoking edition of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 for the Austin Crea... [GalleyCat]

Fahrenheit 451 Cover Design Contest Winner Revealed - Posted January 29, 2013
Matthew Owen has won the Fahrenheit 451 cover design contest from Simon & Schuster and the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom. The winnin... [GalleyCat]

How R.L. Stine Discovered Ray Bradbury - Posted January 22, 2013
In the video embedded above, the great R.L. Stine explains how he discovered Ray Bradbury for the first time as a kid lost in the library. The experience would spawn a life-long love of literature and help launch a long writing career. It's a story that will warm the hearts of all... [GalleyCat]

Stephen King Gives Screenwriting Advice - Posted December 17, 2012
Novelist Stephen King spent an hour answering questions from writing students faculty and visitors in at UMass Lowell recently. One of his best answers focused on the art of screenplay writing. We've embedded the complete video above (scriptwriting advice at the 17:00 ma... [semanticweb.com]

Stephen King Gives Screenwriting Advice - Posted December 17, 2012
Novelist Stephen King spent an hour answering questions from writing students faculty and visitors in at UMass Lowell recently. One of his best answers focused on the art of screenplay writing. We've embedded the complete video above (scriptwriting advice at the 17:00 ma... [GalleyCat]

R.L. Stine: 'Everything That Ever Happened To Me Was an Accident' - Posted November 16, 2012
R.L. Stine, the author of the popular Goosebumps horror series for kids, has been busy lately: tweeting scary stories and publishing ... [GalleyCat]

Hooray for Two Very Different Hollywoods - Posted November 8, 2012
By sheer coincidence, The Hollywood Reporter has a hand in a pair of diametrically opposed celebrations of Tinseltown this week. All within the space of a few miles and 24 hours. Last night at Falcon Hollywood, the publication toasted its ... [FishbowlLA]

Jonathan Maberry: 'Get your butt in a chair & write.' - Posted October 17, 2012
Have you ever written a scary story? In honor of the Halloween season, we are interviewing horror writers to learn about the craft of scaring readers. Recently, we spoke with author Jonathan Maberry. Throughout Maberry's career, he has won m... [GalleyCat]

Madavor Media Acquires The Writer Lit Mag - Posted August 28, 2012
Madavor Media, a niche-focused media company based in Boston, has acquired the literary magazine The Writer, in a deal whose terms were not disclosed. Through the deal, Madavor has gained the rights to the print, web, and digital properties of the magazine from midwestern media company Kalmbach Publish... [GalleyCat]

Kelly Link, Lee Martin & Jacquelyn Mitchard on Ray Bradbury - Posted August 22, 2012
Today would have marked the 92nd birthday of beloved science-fiction author Ray Bradbury. To celebrate, we caught up with three writers who contributed pieces to Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury. The trio of writers we spoke with include Hugo Award-winne... [semanticweb.com]

Kelly Link, Lee Martin & Jacquelyn Mitchard on Ray Bradbury - Posted August 22, 2012
Today would have marked the 92nd birthday of beloved science-fiction author Ray Bradbury. To celebrate, we caught up with three writers who contributed pieces to Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury. The trio of writers we spoke with include Hugo Award-winne... [GalleyCat]

'The Writer' Plans Hiatus After 125 Years in Print - Posted July 26, 2012
The Writer magazine is on the sales block by its owner Kalmbach Publishing which means one thing for the 125-year-old publication: It's going on hiatus after the October issue goes to print. For those of us with bylines, it's particularly bittersweet because chances are, we've all read and devour... [TVNewser]

'The Writer' Plans Hiatus After 125 Years in Print - Posted July 26, 2012
The Writer magazine is on the sales block by its owner Kalmbach Publishing which means one thing for the 125-year-old publication: It's going on hiatus after the October issue goes to print. For those of us with bylines, it's particularly bittersweet because chances are, we've all read and devour... [MediaJobsDaily]

'Gone Girl' Library - Posted June 15, 2012
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn rocketed to the top of the ... [GalleyCat]

Ray Bradbury Salute & Dr. Ruth Endorsement: Top Stories of the Week - Posted June 8, 2012
For your weekend reading pleasure, here are our top stories of the week, including a sequel to The Devil Wears Prada, a Presidential salute to Ray Bradbury and Dr.... [GalleyCat]

Ray Bradbury Short Set for Long Film Festival Run - Posted June 8, 2012
On the official website for Ray Bradbury's Kaleidoscope, a 17-minute sci-fi short adapated from the story of the same name in The Illustrated Man, there is a rather unusual running tally of the film festivals director Eric Tozzi has submitted to. In the wake of 91-year-old genre icon Bradbury's death, th... [FishbowlLA]

LinkedIn Hacked, Exposing Passwords | New Twitter Bird Takes Flight | Google Upgrades Mobile Maps - Posted June 7, 2012
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Barack Obama Salutes Ray Bradbury - Posted June 6, 2012
Ray Bradbury died today, but writers around the world are reflecting on this great author's legacy. President, science fiction fan and author Barack Obama ... [GalleyCat]

'Nothing More than Dust Jackets for Books': Tumblr Users Remember Ray Bradbury with Book Covers - Posted June 6, 2012
Ray Bradbury once wrote that "We're nothing more than dust jackets for books, of no significance otherwise." The author of Fahrenheit 451 and other science fiction classics passed away on Wednesday at the age of 91. More than a few book lovers in the Tumblr community lamented the news, but... [AllFacebook]

The Atlantic and Harper's Bazaar Rejected Story That Became Fahrenheit 451 - Posted June 6, 2012
Ray Bradbury, the amazing writer who died today, once had a short story titled "Bright Phoenix" rejected by both The Atlantic ... [Fishbowl NY]

The Atlantic and Harper's Bazaar Rejected Story That Became Fahrenheit 451 - Posted June 6, 2012
Ray Bradbury, the amazing writer who died today, once had a short story titled "Bright Phoenix" rejected by both The Atlantic ... [FishbowlNY]

Fahrenheit 451 Wisecracks Burning Up the Internet - Posted November 29, 2011
On Twitter this morning, the New York Post wondered about "the burning point of a Kindle." The folks at Apple's iBookstore in Cupertino meanwhile questioned whether the future-arriv... [FishbowlLA]

Gallery of Elaborate Literary Tattoos - Posted May 20, 2011
Buzzfeed compiled a list of 20 bibliophile fans and their "20 Awesome Literary Tattoos." Th... [GalleyCat]

Ray Bradbury Criticizes Obama On Space Exploration - Posted August 17, 2010
Ray Bradbury turns 90 this weekend and the legendary science fiction author thinks its time we go back to the moon. The legendary author, who recently said that he hates eReaders, is no... [AppNewser]

Readers Collect the Best Writing Books - Posted April 26, 2010
Last week, we asked a simple question (inspired by Flashlight Worthy Book Recommendations): W... [GalleyCat]

Elmore Leonard Wins Lifetime Achievement Award - Posted October 1, 2009
PEN USA, the West Coast arm of the international PEN organization, has announced that Elmore Leonard (pictured) has won their 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award. He joins an illustrious crew that includes: ... [GalleyCat]

Morning Reading List, 08.22.08 - Posted August 22, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of me... [FishbowlDC]

WGA 08 Strike - Posted January 9, 2008
Ray Bradbury pickets FOX. In an amusing twist on the WGA strike theme, Craig Mazin reports: WGAE Executive Director Mona Mangan has somehow managed to enrage her own employees so much...they're now threatening to go on strike This is the woma... [FishbowlLA]

The GUM Guys Dedicate Themselves to Being Lemon Men - Posted December 12, 2007
Before we lost our minds in Miami, we met up over PBRs, ever so briefly, with Kevin Grady and Colin Metcalf, who were in town giving a presentation at Art Center. You might remember their bubblicious GUM, which was kinda like a comic book, kinda lik... [UnBeige]

"The Big Read" Goes to XM Radio - Posted August 31, 2007
In a press release issued yesterday, The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), in partnership with XM Radio, announced the launch of The Big Read on XM, a radio series based on the NEA's national reading program of the same name. The Big Read brings communities together to read and discuss... [GalleyCat]

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