If you read that post about Bob Miller‘s move to HarperCollins and thought it sounded a bit different than the usual GalleyCat fare, that’s because it was written by new contributing editor Emily Gould, who will be chiming in from time to time on the books, authors, and trends about which people are whispering in her ear. As soon as mediabistro.com began its search for an additional ‘Cat, I thought it would be great to have her writing for the site, and I’m glad to see that that’s come together. I look forward to reading more posts from her in the future, and I’m sure you will, too.
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