How is Google involved in James Frey's YA book and movie deal?

James Frey, the writer notorious for his not-quite-factual memoir A Million Little Pieces, just landed a $2 million deal with Fox for the movie rights to his upcoming young adult novel, Endgame. But how is Google involved in this Hunger Games-esque project? » 1/14/14 7:20am 1/14/14 7:20am

Harper Collins creates global science fiction imprint, Harper Voyager

Today at WorldCon, Harper Collins announced it's rebranding its Eos imprint as Harper Voyager, bringing it in line with the Voyager imprints in Australia/New Zealand and the U.K. According to the press release: » 9/03/10 1:30pm 9/03/10 1:30pm

The Angry Robot Leaves The Hive

Harper Collins is spinning off its boutique science-fiction imprint, Angry Robot Books, into an independent entity. Angry Robot will partner with Osprey Publishing, a niche publisher of military-history books, and the Angry Robot publishing schedule remains unchanged. [Angry Robot] » 5/11/10 3:54pm 5/11/10 3:54pm

Mainstream Publisher Harper-Collins Launches Scifi Imprint

Many big publishers like Random House have what are called "imprints," or divisions in the publishing house with their own brand and specialization. And now Harper Collins, a major publisher, has announced it's creating a new scifi imprint called Angry Robot, which will publish 2-3 books per month starting in July‚Ķ » 9/11/08 11:25am 9/11/08 11:25am