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BEA 2010: Return of the GalleyCat

After surviving a round of publishing parties last night, GalleyCat returned with more BookExpo America coverage.

In the video embedded above, the CEO of Shanda Literature explained the staggering size of his company’s Chinese reading community. Read more here.

A Marvel executive talked about how the iPad was changing the comics business: “digital books are actually leading to physical purchases.”

Three thriller writers discussed fans, book deals, and the unique pressures of writing a series.

Bob Marley’s son played a set at the HCI booth.

We linked out to a crew of creative and friendly publishing folk during last night’s busy BEA party scene.

Finally, BEA revealed that they will return to a three-day format next year.

Even after BEA, keep following all the publishing action on eBookNewser and our GalleyCat Twitter feed.

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