Also, they're removing their paywall.
Miss U, Harry Potter.
Haven't you ever wondered what Us Weekly doesn't run?
And has been for years.
We ran an excerpt from a then-untitled novel; it didn't take Maaza Mengiste long to get a book deal.
Kirkus was always known, to the booksellers and industry reporters who relied on its write-ups of forthcoming titles, as the cranky review house.
On Palin's new book: "I can only imagine how many typos will make it through."
Crashed cars! Publishers running off solar power! Tennyson quotes!
Rubin, ousted from Doubleday, announced he'll head the much smaller Henry Holt, and make it more "focused."
Free Kindle software with the new Windows!
"A woman I have never met but a woman whom I love deeply: Janet Maslin of the New York 'Times.'"
Two whole locks?
Resurrecting the specter of synergy for an Internet era.
'Imperial' was not actually "line-edited during a 36-hour peyote séance by the ghosts of John Steinbeck, Jack London, and Sinclair Lewis."
They are beginning to roll out teen-specific sections in their stores.
Sob stories from former fat cats reduced to flying commercial, handled with a blend of empathy and derision.
Bay reportedly paid in the "high six figures" for a Frey book about a group of alien children fallen to Earth following an attack on their home planet.
Exclusive: New York's first permanent machine will be cranking out paperbacks at Soho's McNally Jackson Books.
She spent six years studying Iran from the inside, but does she have time to write the book she needs to?
"Women narrators are supposed to be likable, and my characters are not necessarily nice and/or likable. But they are funny."
We were clobbered over a feature we wrote, and now suffer from "nyctophobia"?
With the attention of more than 100 conventiongoers at stake, Sully's heroic brevity at BookExpo landed listeners safely at the five o'clock cocktail hour.
The once-joyous red-letter events of the cultural calendar reduced to doom-y article ledes.
Topics included raccoon hunting, African cranes, harmonic fifths, and growing up in the Bronx with big lips.
Adam Bellow finally has a chance to prove his genius.