RIP Randy Pausch, the professor who touched millions of people with THE LAST LECTURE. He was only 48. Very very sad. The good people over at Fine Print Literary Management have started a master agency blog, to go along with the already awesome individual blogs that they already blog on. Blog. Adjust those feed-readers accordingly. […]
Wow! Quite the response to the hypothetical question about whether you would want to know if there is publication in your future and whether that would stop you from writing — 186 comments and counting. One lesson I learned from that post: never play poker with an author, because they will cheat!! The number of […]
Assuming you’ve read this far, some people out there in that vast pile of electronic haystacks otherwise known as the Internet are distressed to find that their reading habits have become scattered I wonder what Spencer and Heidi are up to. Still with me? Anyway, writing in a paper product people in the 20th century […]
sihT eWke nI lbuhsPgni This was a great week in the world of publishing blogging, and I’m sure I caught but a few of the highlights. But first, congratulations go out to the winners of the Edgar Awards! Among the winners, John Hart and DOWN RIVER took home the prize for Best Novel. Over at […]
This Week in Publishing Some big news afoot in the land of publishing, as Hyperion founding publisher Bob Miller is embarking on a project that is so futuristic and groundbreaking it just may involve flying cars and robot vacuum cleaners. Miller is moving over to HarperCollins to launch a publishing group that will involve a […]
Curling iron drama on the Hills… Borders on the ropes… March Madness!!! The thread is yours. We can only hope that this open thread is as crazy as the last.