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Figment to Manage HarperCollins' Inkpop Writing Community - Posted February 27, 2012
Starting next month, the online writing community Figment will manage HarperCollins' Inkpop writing community in a new partnership. Here's more from the release: "Figment will assume control of all inkpop activity and ... [GalleyCat]

HarperCollins Acquires Book From Community Writing Site - Posted January 28, 2011
HarperCollins Publishers has acquired a paranormal romance teen novel from the interactive writing website The Carrier of the Mark by debut author ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

HarperCollins Children's Books Launches Apps For Kids - Posted August 25, 2010
HarperCollins Children's Books has launched new educational iPhone and iPad apps for children. 'The ABC Song' app and '123: Ants Go Marching' app are published by Curious Puppy - HarperCollins Children's Books' new e-imprint for kids. Both apps includes learning games to help teach color and shapes as well as ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Melissa Marr Lands Deal for YA Trilogy - Posted July 22, 2010
YA novelist Melissa Marr has inked a deal with HarperCollins for a trilogy about "a girl assassin, a demon with a soul, and a world where myth and science meet." Publication is tentatively scheduled for fall 2013. Marr (pictured) hit bestseller lists in 2007 with her debut novel, Wicked Lovely... [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]