Archive | April, 2008

Makeover for author advances? What do you think?

Please take a moment to read Copyright Clearance Center’s own OnCopyright blog about new strategies from HarperCollins for facing the risky digital publishing marketplace, and what this could mean for authors. Also have a look at one of our past podcasts which featured Carolyn Pittis, Sr. Vice President of Global Marketing Strategy & Operations at […]

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Best of BEA: Starling Lawrence plays A Winning Season?

At BookExpo America 2007, “Beyond the Book” host Christopher Kenneally hosted A Winning Season? It’s Time to Take Sportswriting Seriously, a panel discussion on the renaissance in “serious” sportswriting. This excerpt from that program features Starling Lawrence, editor-in-chief at W.W. Norton and Company. To listen to the entire podcast, which also features David Maraniss, Cait […]

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Beyond the Book: Back On the Air

Hello loyal listeners… You may have noticed some trouble with our podcast last week. Unfortunately, our site was temporarily down due to a malicious attack from an unidentified spammer. We worked ’round the clock to have everything fixed and back up in time for this week’s podcast. If you are a Beyond the Book subscriber […]

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Best of BEA: Cait Murphy plays A Winning Season?

At BookExpo America 2007, “Beyond the Book” host Christopher Kenneally hosted A Winning Season? It’s Time to Take Sportswriting Seriously, a panel discussion on the renaissance in “serious” sportswriting. This excerpt from that program features Cait Murphy, author of Crazy 08: How a Cast of Cranks, Rogues, Boneheads and Magnates Created the Greatest Year in […]

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Best of BEA: David Maraniss plays A Winning Season?

At BookExpo America 2007, “Beyond the Book” host Christopher Kenneally hosted A Winning Season? It’s Time to Take Sportswriting Seriously, a panel discussion on the renaissance in “serious” sportswriting. This excerpt from that program features David Maraniss, associate editor of The Washington Post, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and author of Clemente and other acclaimed books. To […]

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