Dec 14, 2012 @ 12:32:00 am
The New York Times is teaming up with Byliner and Vook to publish longform journalism e-books that will run between 10,000 and 20,000 words. The books will be written by Times reporters, and will span culture, science, business, sports, and health topics. The first title, John Branch’s Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek, comes out next week. In related news, Byliner struck a deal with Ingram to release its e-books in print.
Editor Nan Graham has been named Scribner’s new publisher.
Following Dalkey Archive Press’s remarkable job posting yesterday—which more or less stated that anyone with a personal life or ambitions of getting paid need not apply—outgoing publisher John O’Brien has written a response to the Irish Times noting that “the advertisement was written in a manner he viewed as appropriate with
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