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*Australian Book Business Braces for Amazon (NYT)
*Jann Wenner Calls Joe Hagan's Authorized Biography "Deeply Flawed and Tawdry, Rather than Substantial" (NYT)
*Three Top Workman Children's Executives Defect to Macmillan For New Imprint (But Need to Update Their Pitch Language) (PW)
*A Reminder of the Dark History of Booker In Guyana (NYT)
*Amy Tan Unintentionally Wrote A Memoir, Thanks to Daniel Halpern -- Who Is Featured In the Book (NYT)
*Seeking Developmental Editor for Literary Agency [Half Time to Full Time]
Offered by: Idea Architects (Santa Cruz, CA)  |  Posted: Yesterday
*Art Director, Children’s Book Group [Full Time]
Offered by: Workman Publishing Co. (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Yesterday
*Associate Publicist [Full Time]
Offered by: Harlequin Enterprises Limited (North York, ON Canada)  |  Posted: Yesterday
*Marketing & Publicity Associate, JIMMY/James Patterson Books [Full Time]
Offered by: Hachette Book Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Yesterday
*Associate Marketing Manager [Full Time]
Offered by: Macmillan Children's Publishing Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 19
*Associate Editor - Center Street [Full Time]
Offered by: Hachette Book Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 19
*Illustration Agent [Full Time]
Offered by: The Bright Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 19
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Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs: MSNBC host of cable's most-watched news show, Rachel Maddow's follow up to her NYT bestselling DRIFT, a darkly comedic look at corruption and power—from the unsung failures of the world's richest industries to Putin's Russian kleptocracy—exposing the cost of crookedness, and the point of vulnerability where America is most at risk in the Trump era, to Rachel Klayman at Crown, by Laurie Liss at Sterling Lord Literistic (World). UK and translation:
*Mar del Plata  by Claudio Fava
Offered by: Trude Kolaas Ciarletta (Immaterial Agents)  |  Posted: Oct. 19
*The Singer/Songwriter's Pocket Marketing Guide  by Paul Spencer Alexander
Offered by: Donna Eastman (Parkeast Literary Agency)  |  Posted: Oct. 18
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