Who? Oh, them.
More bad signs of the times, and more publications that are pretending times are better than they really are.
The publication of Herman Rosenblat's Oprah-endorsed 'Angel Through the Fence' has been canceled, for obvious reasons.
The 9-year-old author of 'How to Talk to Girls' offers timeless advice.
Do you feel like you are going to barf? Wait till you hear the title.
Is Roberto Bolaño's masterpiece, '2666,' really any more difficult than two seasons of 'Mad Men'?
The city is hemorrhaging jobs. Daily Intel knows just how to stanch the flow.
The controversial book, which has already prompted one firebombing, will hit the stands on Monday in order to thwart more acts of terrorism.
Publishers are bidding upwards of $6 million for a nonfiction book from her — and she hasn't even taken a meeting yet.
'The Jewel of Medina' isn't going over well with Islamic extremists.
Emeril Lagesse has signed a ten-book deal with HarperCollins’ experimental HarperStudio imprint.
At an unofficial gathering last night to celebrate the former HarperCollins CEO, everyone donned fun Jane masks and did their best not to acknowledge that her exit was totally awkward and abrupt.
Owner hints dog "has more than enough material for a novel." Please, God, no.
Also, the legendary adman and 'Esquire' cover designer has a new gig.
The abrupt departure leaves former CEO Frank Bennack Jr. in charge.
Let's just say her best friend left the party and things got awkward — so she started gathering her things to leave, but not quickly enough.
The HarperCollins CEO suddenly resigned late last night, leaving more than a few scratching their heads. Do people like her just simply retire?
The mayor is currently working on a tome titled: 'Do the Hard Things First (and Other Bloomberg Rules for Business and Politics).'
The laugh-it-up columnist just sold her 'Sex and the City'–type debut novel to Simon & Schuster.