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How To Build a Short Story Anthology - Posted August 27, 2013
Do you dream of resurrecting your favorite short stories in an anthology? Today on the Morning Media Menu, author and Publishers Marketplace news editor Sarah Weinman explained how she created her new collection, ... [semanticweb.com]

How To Build a Short Story Anthology - Posted August 27, 2013
Do you dream of resurrecting your favorite short stories in an anthology? Today on the Morning Media Menu, author and Publishers Marketplace news editor Sarah Weinman explained how she created her new collection, ... [GalleyCat]

Downton Abbey Fans Star in New Novel - Posted February 16, 2013
Novelist Wendy Wax will publish what appears to be the first novel featuring fans of the hit British television show, ... [SocialTimes.com]

Downton Abbey Fans Star in New Novel - Posted February 11, 2013
Novelist Wendy Wax will publish what appears to be the first novel featuring fans of the hit British television show, ... [GalleyCat]

David Rakoff Has Died - Posted August 10, 2012
Humorous writer David Rakoff has passed away. He was 47 years old. He wrote three books: Don't Get Too Comfortable, Fraud and the Thurber Prize-winning essay collection, Half Empty. He was also a frequent contr... [GalleyCat]

Should Writers Be Allowed To Recycle Material? - Posted June 20, 2012
Journalist and author Jonah Lehrer has come under media scrutiny this week after he was caught recycling his own writing from The Wall Street J... [GalleyCat]

The Giving Tree Inspires Wedding Invitation - Posted May 21, 2012
The classic kid's book The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein inspired intricate invitations for an upcoming wedding, making headlines in the wedding blog world. Offbeat Bride ... [GalleyCat]

Cormac McCarthy Did Not Join Twitter - Posted January 23, 2012
Not to worry, @sarahw, he doesn't own a computer; we've verified the @CormacCMcCarthy handle is not the real deal. -- Vintage & Anchor (@VintageAnchor) January 23, 2012 This morning a Twitter impersonator made waves online... [GalleyCat]

Mark Z. Danielewski Lands Deal for Serialized Novel - Posted November 21, 2011
Starting in 2014, novelist Mark Z. Danielewski will serialize a 27-volume novel project. Once the experiment begins, ins... [GalleyCat]

Debut Novel Cut for Plagiarism - Posted November 8, 2011
Q.R. Markham's debut spy novel Assassin of Secrets has been cut by Little, Brown's Mulholland Books. Publisher Michael Pietsch... [semanticweb.com]

Debut Novel Cut for Plagiarism - Posted November 8, 2011
Q.R. Markham's debut spy novel Assassin of Secrets has been cut by Little, Brown's Mulholland Books. Publisher Michael Pietsch... [GalleyCat]

Liquidation Looms at Borders - Posted July 14, 2011
Borders' $215 million bid from investor Ja... [GalleyCat]

Sarah Weinman & Emily Williams Join Publishers Marketplace - Posted January 10, 2011
Former GalleyCat editor Sarah Weinman has joined Publishers Marketplace as news editor. The industry publication also hired ... [GalleyCat]

'Charlie St. Cloud' Novelist to Lead ABC News - Posted December 3, 2010
Novelist and TV news producer Ben Sherwood (pictured, via) has been ... [GalleyCat]

2010 Edgar Award Winners Announced - Posted April 30, 2010
The Mystery Writers of America announced the Edgar Award winners last night. The annual prize is named after Edgar Allan Poe, awarded to the best authors in the mystery genre since 1945. Here are some of the big winners... Best Novel: The Last Child by John Hart... [GalleyCat]

Beyond Amazon and Macmillan: Is It Too Late to Change the $9.99 eBook Price Point? - Posted February 4, 2010
As the sixth full day of the standoff between Amazon and Macmillan begins, the online bookseller still has not reactivated many of the buttons that allow customers to buy Macmillan books directly from Amazon (as of this 10:53 a.m. EST writing). The Wrap ... [GalleyCat]

Novelist Robert B. Parker Has Died - Posted January 19, 2010
The celebrated private detective and crime novelist Robert B. Parker has died. The bestselling author carried the private detective genre into a new century, writing about a tough detective named S... [GalleyCat]

Kirkus Reviews Hints at "A Few Interested Buyers" - Posted December 29, 2009
Today the Kirkus Reviews Twitter feed sparked hopes that the book review outlet could survive. The book review outlet posted a brief, encouraging note: "Kirkus currently has a few interested buyers. Stay tuned..." Our digitally obsessed sibling eBookNewser ... [GalleyCat]

Glenn Beck Thrills Publishers - Posted November 5, 2009
Over the last year, author and conservative commentator Glenn Beck has interviewed 40 thriller writers, from David Baldacci to ... [GalleyCat]

Bonnie Jo Campbell Rocks the Twittersphere - Posted October 14, 2009
Out of all the National Book Award fiction finalists announced today, one writer had the Twittersphere buzzing--Bonnie Jo Campbell's nomination for "... [GalleyCat]

Unusual Cover Placement: Smart or Shady? - Posted July 23, 2009
Yesterday the literary Internets uncovered a free edition of a Simon Kernick's thriller with a splashy cover that reads, "DAN BROWN: If you like your thrillers as fast, furious and unputdownable as Dan Brown, then we th... [GalleyCat]

Morning Reading List, 09.13.07 - Posted September 13, 2007
Good morning Washington. The "Biggest Tuesday In Hip-Hop History" -- 50 Cent. We hear Savannah Guthrie is a new general bureau correspondent for NBC. Another tipster tells us, "Peter Hamby, who used to be t... [FishbowlDC]

Sarah Weinman Does Her Final Cat-Walk - Posted September 12, 2007
<img alt="sarah3.jpg" src="/fishbowlla/files/original/sarah3.jpg" width="174" height="250" class="alignleft" hspace=7 Sarah Weinman, one-half of GalleyCat and regular LAT blogger, posted a ... [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 Slums It at the LAT - Posted April 16, 2007
Sarah Weinman, our sister over at GalleyCat is lending her formidable knowledge of all things mystery and suspense to the LAT. Dark Passages, Weinman's new monthly column, debuted this... [FishbowlLA]

Lunch at Michael's: Al Roker, Katie Joel and A Special Birthday Celebration - Posted February 8, 2007
No doubt by attending the Michael's Media Jamboree on a Thursday — due to flu and flood, a day later than mediabistro.com's customary weekly report on the media bigwigs who lunch — things were bound to be a little off-kilter. But as the slightly-less-than-packed c... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Lunch at Michael's: Al Roker, Katie Joel and A Special Birthday Celebration - Posted February 8, 2007
No doubt by attending the Michael's Media Jamboree on a Thursday — due to flu and flood, a day later than mediabistro.com's customary weekly report on the media bigwigs who lunch — things were bound to be a little off-kilter. But as the slightly-less-than-packed c... [FishbowlNY]

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