Nick Davies, the Guardian journalist who broke the story of the News of the World phone hacking scandal that has Rupert Murdoch eating humble pie these days, has gotten a book deal.
The book will be called Hack Attack (not to be confused with a 1980s-era McDonald’s ad campaign, for those who might Read More
Mitzi Angel, the new publisher of Farrar, Straus and Giroux’s Faber and Faber, Inc. imprint, seems to be barreling full speed ahead with her mandate to find and publish new and unknown fiction, having acquired the U.S. rights this week to a debut novel about sex, politics, and AIDS in the 1980s by Read More
Mitzi Angel, the young editor whom Jonathan Galassi recruited to take over Farrar, Straus & Giroux’s tiny Faber & Faber, Inc. imprint in April, closed late last week on her third acquisition since moving to New York and starting her new job. The book is The Death of Bunny Munro, a novel by Read More
In Denver, Felix Gillette meets MSNBC’s newest star, Rachel Maddow, who tells him, "My agenda for the next two weeks is to enjoy being at the conventions—like, ‘Oh, that’s Joe Biden outside the window! Woo-hoo!’… I’ve never covered a convention before. I’m trying to keep it together and stay relaxed."
"I don’t like events Read More
Before Mitzi Angel became the new head of FSG imprint Faber & Faber here in New York, a job she started only a few weeks ago, she lived in London with her boyfriend and worked as an editor at a small literary publishing house founded during the mid-1980s called 4th Estate. It was an enormously Read More
It was one year ago that Farrar, Straus & Giroux publisher Jonathan Galassi first started trying to convince Mitzi Angel, the editorial director at a small literary imprint of HarperCollins UK, to move to America and come work for him. “Mitzi just walked into my office one day and I thought, ‘Wow, I want this Read More