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Stephen King Offers Early Access to 'Mile 81' for Power Klout Users - Posted August 28, 2011
Stephen King's latest book, "Mile 81," will be available strictly online as an ebook from Scribner. The ebook will be available this Thursday, September 1, 2011 unless you have perks with Klout. The book is described as "th... []

Scott Moyers Won't Be A Junior Jackal - Posted September 12, 2007
The Observer's Leon Nayfakh catches up with former book editor Scott Moyers, now comfortably ensconced within the Wylie Agency as a literary agent. In the last month alone, Moyers has sold books to Doubleday, Scribner, Random House... [GalleyCat]

9/11 Novels Don't Stack Up to Non-Fiction - Posted September 11, 2007
USA Today's Bob Minzesheimer compares numbers on fiction and non-fiction published since 9/11 that happen to focus in some way upon the event. 1,036 non-fiction titles - most notably the 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT - have found their way to bookstores in the past six years according to Books in Print,... [GalleyCat]

Penguin Going to Court on Plagiarism Charges - Posted March 30, 2007
The long and grinding wheels of justice are finally about to find fruition in court, as literary editor Sam Leith reports on his blog for the Daily Telegraph. Back in 1994, Stu Silverstein decided to put together a miscellany of Dorothy Parker... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ Linda Fairstein's Book Launch - Posted January 19, 2007
If the trio on the left - Donna Hanover, Linda Fairstein and Mary Higgins Clark - isn't indicative that former prosecutor-turned-bestselling crime writer Fairstein's launch party at Montblanc for her newest crime novel, BAD BLOOD, was a cut above the usual fare, then the swarm of TV cameras (Extra ... [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]