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Fritz Brantley, Ron Hogan & Michael Szczerban Join Regan Arts as Editors - Posted March 4, 2014
Judith Regan has hired three editors for the newly launched Regan Arts. Fritz Brantley, Ron Hogan... [GalleyCat]

Shindig to Host Online Author Chats Live From BEA - Posted May 28, 2013
Missing BookExpo America this year? You can watch many of the the guests online. Shindig will be hosting video chats with fifty authors live from BEA. These online conversations will take place from Thursday,... [GalleyCat]

Join GalleyCat's Annual Pet Parade - Posted December 20, 2011
We would like to invite all GalleyCat and eBookNewser readers to join our annual holiday pet parade. Email us pictures of your pets for our photo spread.... [GalleyCat]

Stephen Beirne Has Died - Posted February 2, 2011
After battling a rare form of spinal cancer for years, author Stephen Beirne passed away this week. In 2008, HarperCollins and the Make-A-Wish Foundation teamed up to help 17-year-old Beirne achieve his "perfect wish"--to publish his novel, ... [GalleyCat]

Add Your Pet To GalleyCat's Annual Pet Parade - Posted December 16, 2010
We would like to invite all GalleyCat and eBookNewser readers to join our annual holiday pet parade. Email us pictures of your pets for our photo spread. In... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

'The Pedophile's Guide' Makes Nightly News - Posted November 12, 2010
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Will Oprah Winfrey Select Jonathan Franzen for Her Book Club? - Posted September 1, 2010
Will literary trendsetter Oprah Winfrey select Jonathan Franzen's Freedom for her next book club? The Newtonville Books blog has speculated... [GalleyCat]

Literary Remix Theory: Booked - Posted May 5, 2010
As our literary remix contest continues this week, two mash-up experts will talk about their re-imaginings of a Louisa May Alcott novel. Tomorrow night (May 6th) Little Vam... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCats Never Rest - Posted December 23, 2009
GalleyCat is much more than just a metaphorical name. For a few crazy days at the end of each year, GalleyCat readers and their pets rule the blog. To kick it off, Rose Fox, from Genreville sent pictures of these literary cats. "Can you spot all three cats in this picture? Sam... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCat Senior Editor Joins Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - Posted December 10, 2009
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade & Reference Division has hired GalleyCat senior editor Ron Hogan as director of e-marketing strategy. He will replace Sanj Kharbanda, who has headed to the publisher's Digital St... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCat at the National Book Awards - Posted November 18, 2009
Tonight the publishing world gathers for the National Book Awards, a combination of the Academy Awards ceremony, a fairytale ball, and a high school prom for writers. Don't worry about buying a tuxedo, because GalleyCat will be covering the event. Senior editor Ron Hog... [GalleyCat]

Changes Afoot at GalleyCat - Posted November 11, 2009
As you may or may not have heard, this GalleyCat editor will now be working full-time at mediabistro.com. He will continue editing this site along with senior editor Ron Hogan and correspondent ... [GalleyCat]

Everybody Needs a Vacation - Posted October 16, 2009
"The water was that clear turquoise color you get with a white sand bottom. I had never seen such a place. I wanted to take off all my clothes and never wear them again," wrote Hunter S. Thompson about a particularly beautiful stretch of Puerto Rico, reminding us that everyone, from... [GalleyCat]

Michael Cho Creates Jacket Art for 25th Anniversary Edition of Don DeLillo's White Noise - Posted September 21, 2009
Michael Cho recently completed what he describes as "a dream assignment": creating jacket artwork for the Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition of Don DeLillo's White Noise, first published by V... [UnBeige]

Christiane Amanpour|THR, Variety Plan Changes|GalleyCat Correctly Predicts Oprah's Book Club Selection|WSJ Reveals Pricey Mobile App Pay Structure|Diller Will Use Cash To Reinvest - Posted September 17, 2009
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Christiane Amanpour|THR, Variety Plan Changes|GalleyCat Correctly Predicts Oprah's Book Club Selection|WSJ Reveals Pricey Mobile App Pay Structure|Diller Will Use Cash To Reinvest - Posted September 17, 2009
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Tweets, They Are A-Changin' - Posted August 31, 2009
Like Bob Dylan cutting a Christmas album, we've made a few changes here at GalleyCat central. The mediabistro.com tech crew has simplified the page design an... [GalleyCat]

Battered Books, Tattered Covers: The Photos of Cara Barer and Abelardo Morell - Posted August 25, 2009
Ron Hogan, the sharp-eyed senior editor of Galleycat (our bookish feline of a brother blog), recently noted the nascent trend of book covers sporting photographs of book... [UnBeige]

Jane Friedman Raises $3 Million for Publishing Start-Up - Posted August 24, 2009
After studying a SEC filing for former HarperCollins publisher Jane Friedman's digital book publishing venture, paidContent reports that the industry veteran has raised $3 mill... [GalleyCat]

Pick Publishing Panels for the SXSW Festival - Posted August 19, 2009
Scores of publishing types are vying for a coveted spot at the SXSW Festival next year, proposing more than twenty panel discussions about the future of publishing. Online readers can vote on their favorite panels, helping determine the line-up at the festival next March. Last year's publishing panel ... [GalleyCat]

CQ-Roll Call Deal Signed, Management Changes Announced - Posted August 5, 2009
First on FishbowlDC: The ink is still drying on the Roll Call/Congressional Quarterly deal and new management changes are already being announced -- one of which involves Peter Cherukuri's position as publisher. Cherukuri, the boy-wonder publisher of Roll Call will be stepping aside because his position "is redundant." Cherukuri will aid... [FishbowlDC]

Book Party "Rituals of the North American W.A.S.P." - Posted July 13, 2009
Next week mediabistro.com will host the launch party for Lauren Lipton's new novel, 'Mating Rituals Of The North American W.A.S.P.' The party will be held on Wednesday, July 22, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at... [GalleyCat]

Rogue Digital Conference! - Posted July 9, 2009
This year's Romance Writers of America annual conference will not focus on digital publishing, as GalleyCat editor Ron Hogan summarized in an ess... [GalleyCat]

Al Franken Backlash - Posted July 1, 2009
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Literary Internet Reacts to Alice Hoffman's Tweet - Posted June 29, 2009
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Twitter Boot Camp Discount - Posted June 11, 2009
Next week @DunkinDonuts and @WholeFoods will join @FlashlightWorthyBooks for an all-day workshop about the mysterious, rapidly-expanding world of Twitter--and now, GalleyCat readers can get a $100 discount on the workshop. O'Reilly Media will give rea... [GalleyCat]

Inside the Blogger's Studio - Posted May 29, 2009
More than 40 bloggers re... [GalleyCat]

Party Like It's 1975 - Posted May 29, 2009
BEA week is like a business convention, county fair, prom, and class reunion all rolled into one for the publishing world. Like a business journalist, high school reporter, small town newspaper, and nerdy kid from high school all rolled into one, GalleyCat covered a few pre-BEA parties last night. The night began... [GalleyCat]

Customized Recessionary BEA Coverage - Posted May 22, 2009
BookExpo America hits New York City next week, and GalleyCat editors Ron Hogan and Jason Boog will both be reporting from the convention floor, workshops, and parties all week. ... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCat Movie Theater - Posted May 15, 2009
That's an encore present... [GalleyCat]

Five Million Copies of New Dan Brown Book Coming in September - Posted April 20, 2009
After years of delay and anticipation, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group will release Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol" this September with an initial print run of five million copies. The new novel is a follow-up to the "The Da Vinci Code," the bestselling adventure that sold 81 million copies worldwide. Brown... [GalleyCat]

#Amazonfail Furor Dominates Twitter - Posted April 13, 2009
Ever since news broke yesterday that Amazon may be excluding books with adult content from bestseller lists and some searches, the Twitter tag #amazonfail has been the center of the Twitter-sphere's attention--still the top-ranked topic, as that screen shot shows. Even though one spokesperson told ... [GalleyCat]

Wil Wheaton is Beating Britney Spears - Posted January 8, 2009
The finalists for the Best Celebrity Blogger for the Web Blog Awards are Kat Dennings, John Mayer, Britney Spears, ... [FishbowlLA]

From the Mediabistro Blogosphere - Posted December 22, 2008
Fishbowl DC ha... [FishbowlLA]

In Brief: Of Icebergs and EDARs - Posted December 10, 2008
⇒ Over at our bookish brother blog, Galleycat, the sharp-eyed Ron Hogan spots two book covers with the same distinctively shadowed iceberg photo. The chilling coincidence? The books were... [UnBeige]

Local Blogger and Spouse Caught in Tea Fire - Posted November 24, 2008
Carla Hoffman, a comic blogger and her husband Lance Hoffman were trapped by flash fire while trying to escape their cottage in Santa B... [FishbowlLA]

Now Sarah Palin Will Be Able to Name At Least One Book... - Posted November 17, 2008
RadarOnline reports: Sarah Palin has garnered more than fame from her failed Vice-Presidential bid. She is reportedly close to making a book deal for $7 million. "... [FishbowlLA]

Strand Bookstore Continues Tote Bag Innovation - Posted August 6, 2008
We were sure that the iconic Strand tote bag had reached its design apex with the lovely toile de Jouy number we picked up on the way out of the bookstore's recent Richard Hell and Christopher Wool event, but ... [UnBeige]

The Boom! Studios Party - Posted July 25, 2008
We were told the Boom! Studios party was 'where everyone was going to be'. We got there — no open bar — no food. Can it be called a 'party' if you're just telling people to meet you at a bar? Ron Hogan of GalleyCat says no... [FishbowlLA]

Dominck Dunne To Contribute to If I Did It - Posted September 12, 2007
GalleyCat's got the scoop! Dominck Dunne will be talking to OJ's ghost, Pablo Fenjves for the Goldman family's edition of If I Did It. Ron Hogan writes: Fenjves will describe what it was like discussing the murders of Nicole Brown Sim... [FishbowlLA]

BookExpo America Preview: Christopher Hitchens, MySpace and Book Bloggers Who Like To Party - Posted May 31, 2007
BookExpo America 2007, the nation's largest publishing convention, kicks off at the Javits Center today. One of this year's major convention sponsors will be, of all things, MySpa... [morningmedianewsfeed]

BookExpo America Preview: Christopher Hitchens, MySpace and Book Bloggers Who Like To Party - Posted May 31, 2007
BookExpo America 2007, the nation's largest publishing convention, kicks off at the Javits Center today. One of this year's major convention sponsors will be, of all things, MySpa... [FishbowlNY]

GalleyCat Meets Laura Albert - Posted May 25, 2007
Fans of a certain genre will delight in knowing that our own GalleyCat, Ron Hogan, caught up with the ... [FishbowlLA]

Mary Gordon Wins Story Prize 2006 - Posted March 1, 2007
Where there are literary awards, there is the Tishman Auditorium at the New School. And while the place wasn't filled to full capacity, an enthusiastic crowd showed up for yesterday's awards night, giving equal weight to bestowing its goblet prize and $20,000 cheque to winner Mary Gordon (for THE STORIES OF... [GalleyCat]

MoDo Enters Borders, Discovers 'Chick-Lit' Phenomenon - Posted February 12, 2007
We read Maureen Dowd's Times column over the weekend, the ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

MoDo Enters Borders, Discovers 'Chick-Lit' Phenomenon - Posted February 12, 2007
We read Maureen Dowd's Times column over the weekend, the ... [FishbowlNY]

The Story Prize Names its Finalists - Posted January 12, 2007
Fiction collections by authors Mary Gordon, Rick Bass and George Saunders have been named finalists for the third annual Story Prize, given to the year's outstanding book of short fiction. Bass was nominated for THE LIVES OF ROCKS (Houghton Mifflin), Gordon for THE STORIES OF MARY GORDON (Panthe... [GalleyCat]

Ron Hogan Wants Times Sci-Fi Critic Tasered - Posted December 27, 2006
Our two-headed literati known as GalleyCat doesn't merely exist to be accessories to Judith Regan scandals. They also are well-heeled meta-critics of the New York Times Book Review. Today, co-editor Ron Hogan [above, left] turned his attention to a single writer, sci-fi guy and ex-Spin editor Dave Itzkoff [above, right... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Ron Hogan Wants Times Sci-Fi Critic Tasered - Posted December 27, 2006
Our two-headed literati known as GalleyCat doesn't merely exist to be accessories to Judith Regan scandals. They also are well-heeled meta-critics of the New York Times Book Review. Today, co-editor Ron Hogan [above, left] turned his attention to a single writer, sci-fi guy and ex-Spin editor Dave Itzkoff [above, right... [FishbowlNY]

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