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The Top 100 Books on Facebook - Posted September 10, 2014
The Facebook Data Science Team curled up with ... [AllFacebook]

HarperCollins to Release 'The Giving Tree' in eBook Format - Posted February 5, 2014
HarperCollins will publish an eBook edition of The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein on February 18th. This release marks the first time a Silverstein title was released as a digital book. According to ... [GalleyCat]

'Lafcadio, the Lion Who Shot Back' Turns 50 - Posted January 7, 2014
It has been 50 years since Shel Silverstein's picture book Lafcadio, the Lion Who Shot Back was first ... [GalleyCat]

John Vitale Leaving HarperCollins - Posted August 3, 2012
John Vitale is leaving HarperCollins this month. He worked with authors that included Kurt Vonnegut, Maurice Sendak and Shel Silverstein. Here's more from the company memo: "John joined the company in April 1977 when Harper & Row acquired Thomas ... []

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]

Shel Silverstein Sings 'Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too' Poem - Posted April 27, 2012
In honor of National Poetry Month, we dug up an animated video of children's author Shel Silverstein performing his poem, "Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too." The poem was included in Silverstein's celebrated collection, Where the Sidewalk Ends. It was originally published in 1974 and dedicated to ... [GalleyCat]

Playing with Famous Author Dolls - Posted December 13, 2011
Over at UneekDollDesigns, artist Debbie Ritter sells handmade dolls of famous authors and celebrated literary characters. The collection includes the ... [GalleyCat]

What Is Your Most Anticipated Book This Year? - Posted July 6, 2011
The Millions collected a list of 66 highly anticipated new titles coming out in the second half of 2011. The listed included George R.R. Martin with ... [GalleyCat]

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]

More Posthumous Publications from Shel Silverstein? - Posted April 29, 2011
College Humor published "I Think They're Running Out of Material For New Shel Silverstein Books," a list of imaginary books from the late author's archives. In the satirical piece, these imaginary ... [GalleyCat]

Shel Silverstein Reads 'Backward Bill' Poem - Posted April 20, 2011
Happy National Poetry Month! We reported earlier that HarperCollins will soon release Every Thing On It, a new collection of Shel Silverstein poetry. To prepare, we've dug up a video of Silverstein himself reading his poem "Bac... [GalleyCat]

Shel Silverstein Collection Coming in September - Posted March 4, 2011
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Readers with Tattoos Inspired by Black Ocean Books Rewarded with Lifetime Subscription - Posted January 13, 2011
Publisher Black Ocean has made an unconventional offer to its most unconventional fans--i... [GalleyCat]

Kurt Vonnegut, e.e. cummings & Shel Silverstein Are Most Popular Literary Tattoo Inspirations - Posted October 15, 2010
Twilight tattoos are not the only contenders on the literary tattoo playing field. Novelist Justin Taylor and literary agent Eva Talmadge... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ Playboy's "Silverstein Around the World" Party - Posted June 13, 2007
It's not too often that a book party and a self-confessed obsession converge, let alone in a high-end bookstore just down the street from Carnegie Hall, but last night's soiree at Rizzoli for the launch of a posthumous collection of Shel Silverstein's travel writings for Playboy came perilously close to bringing... [GalleyCat]