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The King of Content: Sumner Redstone's Battle for Viacom, CBS, and Everlasting Control of His Media Empire
by Keach Hagey
(New York Magazine)
Women We Buried, Women We Burned
by Rachel Louise Snyder
by T.J. Newman
(USA Today)
Headlines from the Automat
Rushdie: "I�m trying to write a book about the attack on me -- what happened and what it means, not just about the attack, but around it" (Guardian)
Hollywood Studios Are Using Force Majeure Clauses to Extend Book Options for Free During Writers' Strike (WSJ)
On the Staying Power of Zevin's Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow" (NYT)
Another Postponement: Publishers and Internet Archive Still Negotiating Judgement, Will Try Again for June 9 (PL court document)
Offered by: New York University School of Professional Studies (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Today
*Publicist or Senior Publicist [Full Time]
Offered by: Blackstone Publishing (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Today
*Senior/Executive Editor - William Morrow/Avon [Full Time]
Offered by: HarperCollins Publishers (Hybrid NYC, NY)  |  Posted: May 31
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Offered by: Candlewick Press (Somerville, MA)  |  Posted: May 31
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Offered by: Ultra Literary (Brooklyn/Remote)  |  Posted: May 30
*College Publishing Sales Representative, Minneapolis/St. Paul [Full Time]
Offered by: W.W. Norton & Company (Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN)  |  Posted: May 30
*Editing, Design, & Production Director, NYU Press [Full Time]
Offered by: NYU Presss (New York, NY)  |  Posted: May 30
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Offered by: Simon & Schuster (New York, NY)  |  Posted: May 30
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Offered by: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. (Remote, NY)  |  Posted: May 30
*Editor, Threshold Editons [Full Time]
Offered by: Simon & Schuster (New York, NY)  |  Posted: May 30
*Not That Bad  by Lindsay Day
Offered by: Lindsay Day  |  Posted: Yesterday
*Human Interference  by Laurie Maria Baranyay
Offered by: Laurie Baranyay  |  Posted: May 30
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Today’s Deal
Author of MOTHERTHING and the forthcoming NORMAL WOMEN Ainslie Hogarth's TRUE CRIME, interrogating our cultural obsession with true crime through two very different love stories, that of a couple participating in a podcast about the cold case kidnapping of their ten-year-old son, and that of a recently paroled prisoner and his lovelorn penpal turned reluctant accomplice, pitched as NOTES ON AN EXECUTION meets CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, to Caitlin Landuyt at Anchor, in a six-figure deal, for publication in 2025, by Rach Crawford at Wolf Literary Services (NA).
Rights in Canada to Jordan Ginsberg at Strange Light.
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