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?
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:
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…