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When Should Writers Work for Free? - Posted March 30, 2012
When should writers work for free? It is one of the most difficult questions facing writers in the 21st Century as unpaid outlets multiply online. In an interview at The Paris Review... [GalleyCat]

When Should Writers Work for Free? - Posted March 30, 2012
When should writers work for free? It is one of the most difficult questions facing writers in the 21st Century as unpaid outlets multiply online. In an interview at The Paris Review... [semanticweb.com]

Susan Sontag Was Once a Struggling Author - Posted July 15, 2010
Today Farrar, Straus and Giroux launched its new multimedia Work in Progress newsletter with a feature on the late Susan Sontag--including the letter (pictured) that publicists sent to literary critics and authors to promote her first book. It should cheer up all the asp... [GalleyCat]

GalleyCat on Kari Moran's BookRadio Show: "All About E" - Posted May 14, 2010
Last weekend, this GalleyCat editor joined radio host Kari Moran once again for her BookRadio Show. Tune in every Sunday at 3 pm PST for our "All About E" segment. While the show airs on Los Angeles CBS-owned stations KFWB NEWS TALK 980, you can listen to ... [GalleyCat]

Random House's Longest-Serving Editor Is Feted - Posted January 23, 2007
After reading Dinitia Smith's story about Robert Loomis, who's just turned 80 and has spent a record 50 years as an editor at Random House, I feel very red-faced. Because Korda, Mayhew, Mehta and Gottlieb are names that trip easily off my publishing-wonk tong... [GalleyCat]

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