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Charles Krauthammer Lands Book Deal with Crown Forum - Posted March 7, 2013
Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer inked a book deal with Crown Forum. Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes, and Politics will come out this fall, including work from the P... [GalleyCat]

John Cleese Lands Book Deal - Posted October 8, 2012
Monty Python, Fawlty Towers and A Fish Called Wanda star John Cleese has inked a deal with Random House Group (UK) and Random House Inc. (US) for his autobiography. The title and the publication date have yet to be announced. Phil McIntyre of Phil McIntyre Entertainment negotiated the deal with Crown Archetype... [GalleyCat]

Neil Patrick Harris to Publish 'A Work of Imaginative Nonfiction' - Posted September 25, 2012
How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris has landed a book deal with Random House's Crown Archetype imprint for his first book. Publication is set for 2014. Here's more from the publisher: "As yet untitled, Harris's book will be a work of imagi... [GalleyCat]

Rod Stewart Lands Book Deal for Memoir - Posted October 5, 2011
Rock star Rod Stewart has inked a book deal with Random House's Crown Archetype imprint. Publication is set for 2012, and Stewart promised to reveal the "socks and knickers" beneath his metaphorical bed. Arnold Stiefel of Stiefel Entertainment negotiated the deal... [GalleyCat]

Dana Perino Appointed Editorial Director of Crown Forum - Posted March 30, 2011
Former White House press secretary Dana Perino (pictured) has been appointed editorial director of Crown Forum, the conservative books imprint at the Crown Publishing Group. Perino served during George W. Bush... [GalleyCat]

Major Restructuring at Crown Publishing Group; Shaye Areheart Books Closed - Posted April 29, 2010
Today Crown Publishing Group detailed a major reorganization at the Random House division, changes helmed by publisher Maya Mavjee since her December appointment. The division w... [GalleyCat]

Kitty Kelley Completes Oprah Winfrey Biography - Posted January 22, 2010
The woman who picks America's most popular books will soon have her own biography to read. Following three years of research, Kitty Kelley's 544-page biography of Oprah Winfrey's life has been completed. Crown Publis... [GalleyCat]

Wainwright Goes to Crown - Posted July 18, 2007
PW Daily reports that Katie Wainwright, Executive Director of Publicity and Associate Publisher of Trade Paperbacks at Hyperion for the past seven years, will take up the post of Vice President, Executive Director of Publicity at Crown Publishing Group as of August 1. In a letter sent today to the Crown... [GalleyCat]

Who Spiked the Water at 1745 Broadway? - Posted June 11, 2007
It's been a very strange week for the world's largest publishing company. First we had Wednesday's surprise announcement that Crown svp and publisher Steve Ross would be moving to Collins, with ... [GalleyCat]

Constable Succeeds Ross as Crown VP and Publisher - Posted June 6, 2007
Instead of waiting weeks and weeks for speculation to mount on who would replace Steve Ross, Crown has gone ahead and announced his replacement right away - and they are promoting within. Publishers Marketplace reports that Tina Constable will take over as vp and publisher of Crown... [GalleyCat]

When Being Dooced Is Only One Side of the Story - Posted March 6, 2007
Sometimes, even us freewheeling bloggers like to exercise a little restraint. Because reporting on publishing people getting fired for what's clearly a case of going overboard on a small matter is, frankly, not the best use of our time and resources. But since Gawker's now gone ahead and present... [GalleyCat]