As we head home for the weekend, we wanted to make sure you had plenty of publishing headlines to keep you busy. Email GalleyCat to get all our publishing stories, book deal news, videos, podcasts, interviews, and writing advice in a daily email newsletter.
To celebrate the eBook Summit, we launched a book pitch party (and contest). Submit your pitch to our book club for book proposals for a chance to win a free eBook Summit ticket.
Despite an old grudge, Oprah Winfrey picked Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom for her book club.
36 authors decided to write a novel together in six days, for charity.
With a free dictation app, you can dictate your notes, emails, Tweets, Facebook post, or novels straight into your smartphone.
Agatha Christie turned 120, and her detective Hercule Poirot starred in Google Doodle.
At the Brooklyn Book Fair, Sarah Silverman declared: ‘This was my first book and last.’
We shared the Night of the Living Trekkies book trailer (embedded above).
The Amsterdam Airport opened a library inside the airport.
We published the August 2010 print edition of GalleyCat Reviews.
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