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Observer Repeats New York Times Survey and Names Disgrace Best Work of Fiction

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Online Only, posted 10.24.06

Nearly five months after New York Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus surveyed several hundred writers, critics, and editors to name the best work of American fiction published in the last twenty-five years (Toni Morrison’s Beloved)...

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New Esquire Fiction Editor Promises More Short Stories

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Online Only, posted 10.23.06

The monthly men’s magazine Esquire announced last week that its newly hired fiction editor, Tom Chiarella, will publish twice as many original stories next year as were published in 2006.

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Penguin and Amazon Form Online Classics Reading Group

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Online Only, posted 10.20.06

Penguin and Amazon.com recently partnered to create the Penguin Classics Reading Group, a regular online discussion of titles in the paperback line of Penguin Classics.

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Amazon, Penguin, Publishers Weekly, and Readers to Judge Novel Contest

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Online Only, posted 10.20.06

Amazon.com recently launched the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest, which will allow the public to weigh in on the selection process. The winning author will receive a $25,000 advance and publication by Penguin.

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Family Settles With Sony Pictures in Running With Scissors Lawsuit

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Online Only, posted 10.19.06

The Turcotte family—better known to readers of Augusten Burroughs's memoir Running With Scissors as the Finch family—has reached a settlement with Sony Pictures in a lawsuit filed in June 2005 that accuses the author of writing false information in his memoir about them and the late Dr. Rudolph Turcotte. The Boston Globe reported yesterday that while the suit against Sony Pictures, which is releasing a film based on the book on October 27, has been settled, the family is pressing on with the suit against the author and his publisher. That suit, however, has been stayed by a Massachusetts court until the release of the film.

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New Arts Organization tto Award $50,000 Individual Fellowships

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Online Only, posted 10.18.06

A new charitable arts organization called United States Artists (USA) announced last month that it will award annual grants of fifty thousand dollars each to fifty artists from around the country, including poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers.

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