Morning Brief — Tuesday, June 24
For those of you who didn’t receive the postcard, Salon’s New York office is moving. As of July 1, the address will be:
15 W 37th St
New York, NY 10018
Kassia Krozser of Booksquare posts about why publishers should blog. She brings up a couple examples, bad and good: St. Martin’s page for Janet Evanovich and Simon & Schuster’s page for Judy Blume. Which reminds me, I was on the Penguin Group website the other day and saw the DK imprint has begun introducing staff members on their blog. I think that’s clever move — as someone who works in publishing, I’m always interested to know more about my colleagues. And for authors, agents and other people who are interested in the publishing industry, it’s a good way to get a peek into a publishing house.
Phenix & Phenix Literary Publicists recaps the Landing Ink, Airtime and Blog Buzz in Today’s Changing Media Environment panel at the Writers’ League of Texas Agents & Editors conference over the weekend. Among the panelists: Ron Hogan (GalleyCat), Michael Merschel (Dallas Morning-News) and Sara Nelson (Publishers Weekly).
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