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Past articles by Dianna:

The Final Chapter for GalleyCat

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James Patterson Launches Second Writing Competition

Bestselling author James Patterson is seeking a writing partner for his next novel. → Read More

Kathleen Schmidt Joins Empire Literary

Kathleen Schmidt has joined Empire Literary as an agent focusing on commercial non-fiction and select women’s fiction. → Read More

Amazon Broke Records With Cyber Monday Device Sales

Amazon has reported that this year's Thanksgiving Weekend was its best-ever holiday shopping weekend for devices ever, with Cyber Monday being a record breaking day. → Read More

Forbes Launches Book Imprint

Advantage Media Group (Advantage) and Forbes have launched a new imprint called ForbesBooks. → Read More

National Book Foundation’s New Chief Wants Young People to Read

Lisa Lucas, the new director of the National Book Awards, wants to get young people to read. → Read More

National Book Awards to Live Stream on Facebook

The National Book Foundation has revealed plans to live stream the 67th National Book Awards ceremony on Facebook Live. → Read More

Jeff Kinney Has Sold 180M Books

Jeff Kinney, the author of the wildly popular Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, has sold 180 million copies of his books in 52 different languages. → Read More

Philip Roth to Donate Library to Newark Library

Author Philip Roth plans to donate his personal library to the Newark Library system. → Read More

Paul Beatty Wins Man Booker Prize

Paul Beatty has won the 2016 Man Booker International Prize for his book The Sellout. → Read More

Most Authors in the UK Make Less Than Minimum Wage

Authors in the UK earn an average of £12,500 ($15,386) a year from books, less than the country's £18,000 ($22,168) minimum wage, according to a new report from the European Commission. → Read More

Sherlock Homes & Charles Dickens Literary Maps

Placing Literature has created two new literary maps: Charles Dickens and Sherlock Holmes. → Read More

Banned Books Trading Cards

The Chapel Hill Public Library has created a new pack of banned books trading cards. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Campaign Advisors Are Putting Out a Book

Becky Bond and Zack Exley, two senior campaign advisors for Bernie Sanders, are writing a book. → Read More

Larry Wilmore to Host National Book Awards

Larry Wilmore, former host of The Nightly Show, will host the 67th annual National Book Awards ceremony. → Read More

Ngugi wa Thiong’o Expected to Win 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature

Gambling site Ladbrokes expects Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong'o to win the Nobel Prize for Literature this year, with 4/1 odds in his favor. → Read More

Book Sales Down 7% in April: AAP StatShot

Publisher book sales were $729.6 million during the month of April, a 7 percent decrease to the comparable month in 2015, according to the American Association of Publishers (AAP). → Read More

Kickstarter Publishing Projects Mapped in Infographic

Polygraph, a design house that tells stories visually, has created a map which shows the volume of Kickstarter publishing projects on a map of the United States. The interactive map highlights the hot pockets of writing communities across the country. At a glance you can see where the most publishing projects listed on Kickstarter are coming from. Not surprisingly, the New York metro area,… → Read More

World’s Oldest Library to Reopen

Khizanat al-Qarawiyyin, the oldest library in the world, has undergone a multi-million pound restoration and will reopen this year. → Read More

Cave Canem to Receive National Book Award

Poetry center Cave Canem will receive the 2016 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community from the National Book Foundation. → Read More