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Greg Mortenson Defended By Former Climbing Partner - Posted April 29, 2011
Greg Mortenson's former climbing partner, Scott Darsney, sent an email to Outside magazine entitled "... [GalleyCat]

Greg Mortenson Accused of Fabricating Parts of His Memoir - Posted April 18, 2011
A 60 Minutes report last night accused author Greg Mortenson (pictured, via) of fabricating parts of his bestselling memoirs and misusing fund... [GalleyCat]

Manning Marable Has Died - Posted April 4, 2011
Scholar Manning Marable (pictured, via) has passed away. He was 60-years-old. Marable served as professor of history and political science at Columbia University. According to ... [GalleyCat]

How Tana French Hit the Bestseller List 3 Months Later Than Expected - Posted August 28, 2007
In these fractious publishing times, normally publishers espouse the belief that if a book doesn't hit the list within at least the first two weeks of its initial publication, it never will. It's not an absolute, of course - nothing is - but more and more, publishing resembles the movies in... [GalleyCat]

The Perils of the Misblurb - Posted April 30, 2007
Though we at GalleyCat have taken issue from time to time - okay, often - with Henry Alford's contributions at the New York Times Book Review, I must say up front that I quite enjoyed his recent piece on how publishers take a perfectly neutral or negative review and mine it... [GalleyCat]

For "Mommy Book" Authors, Buzz Doesn't Equal Sales - Posted April 25, 2007
The New York Times' Motoko Rich reports on how people feel about Leslie Bennetts' THE FEMININE MISTAKE and other hot-button books that address the core question of whether women should stay at home with their children or work. And the surprising - or perhaps not so surprising - conclusion is that... [GalleyCat]

Pulitzer Prize Winners - Posted April 16, 2007
The Pulitzer Prize has announced its winners in a variety of categories, and while our Fishbowl siblings will be dissecting the journalism winners, we'll look at the book-related winners: FICTION: Cormac McCarthy, THE ROAD (Knopf) Also nominated as finalists in this category were: AFTER THIS by Alice McDermott (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), and... [GalleyCat]

Vicente Fox Signs with Viking - Posted March 1, 2007
The AP reports (by way of the Guardian) that former Mexican President Vicente Fox is writing a memoir that will detail his ups and down with world leaders around the globe, from Cuba's Fidel Castro to President Bush, Viking announced Wednesday. REVOLUTION OF HOPE wi... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ NBCC Finalists Announcement Party - Posted January 22, 2007
When I arrived a few minutes early to Housing Works for the National Book Critics Circle's annual bash to announce their award finalists, I figured - like most parties - ... [GalleyCat]

Big Changes at Hudson Street Press - Posted January 5, 2007
After founding Hudson Street Press, a Penguin imprint that operates as part of Viking, Laureen Rowland is moving on. In a statement released earlier this morning, Viking publisher Clare Ferraro announced that Rowland - whose resignation is attributed to a family move to New England, following her husband's job relocation, according... [GalleyCat]