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Ghostwriting is Collaboration: A Ghostwriter’s Thoughts on Authenticity and Authorship

Posted: January 22, 2020 | By:

The question of authorship and authenticity can be a fraught topic when working with a ghostwriter. We find that the subject comes up often in our world. It's very common (and generally widely accepted) for businesspeople, activists, public advocates, politicians, actors, influencers, and thought leaders to work with a ghostwriter. After all, a businessperson has

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Job Openings at Gotham Ghostwriters

Posted: December 31, 2019 | By:

Gotham Ghostwriters has seen a great deal of growth and change over the past year. In order to meet rising demand for our services and support the business operationally, we're seeking to fill three high-level positions at Gotham Ghostwriters in the coming weeks. Read about these three exciting job openings below.

Managing Director, Bookwriting Group

The first is the Managing Director of our Bookwriting Group. Over the past year, we have seen a major expansion of this division  and are seeking a professional who can continue and increase that trajectory.

In this...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Abby Ellin

Posted: December 16, 2019 | By:

Abby Ellin  - Gotham Ghostwriters - Duped

Each week, we feature a profile of one of the talented writers, editors, or publishing professinals in our network. This week, meet Abby Ellin, author of the recently released book Duped.


Abby Ellin is a journalist and the author of two books,...

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Journalists & Freelance Writers Push Back Against Gig Worker Laws 

Posted: November 26, 2019 | By:

The United States’ gig economy has been undergoing a shift this year. Various state governments are intending to protect their constituents from exploitation with new gig worker laws, but the proposed laws are creating problems for full-time freelancers.

On November 7 and

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Tales from a Ghostwriter Living in a Haunted House

Posted: October 31, 2019 | By:

Pauline Bartel - Gotham Ghostwriters

We have a special writer feature this week, just for Halloween! Pauline Bartel from our network operates her ghostwriting practice from an office in upstate New York. But at night, she returns to her haunted house where she lives with the ghost of the original owner. Learn more about Pauline, the curious happenings in her home, and...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Bob Eckstein on Comedy Writing & Cartooning

Posted: October 28, 2019 | By:

Bob Eckstein - Gotham Ghostwriters

This week's featured writer is Bob Eckstein, an award-winning humorist, writer, New Yorker cartoonist, and author of the New York Times best-selling Footnotes From the World’s Greatest Bookstores. He has been speaking publicly against online shopping to raise awareness for independent bookstores and teaches writing at...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Catherine Whitney

Posted: October 14, 2019 | By:

Catherine Whitney - Gotham Ghostwriters

This week's featured writer is Catherine Whitney, a New York nonfiction author who has co-written and ghostwritten more than fifty books in a variety of fields, including biography, memoir, history, politics, criminal justice, economics, women's issues, health and medicine, parenting, and business. She coauthored Jane Pauley’s...

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Ghosts & Authors Tell #ScaryStories on Twitter

Posted: October 8, 2019 | By:

Photo by Erico Marcelino on Unsplash

Starting this week, we're participating in a fun and unusual project on...

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Featured Writer of the Week: Douglas Rogers

Posted: October 7, 2019 | By:

Douglas Rogers - Gotham Ghostwriters

This week's featured writer is Douglas Rogers, an award-winning author, travel writer and journalist with 20 years’ experience writing for the world’s leading magazines and newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Travel & Leisure, National Geographic...

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Nathan Bransford Breaks Down Hybrid Publishing

Posted: October 4, 2019 | By:

This segment was reposted from Nathan Bransford's blog with permission from the author.

In the last twenty years there has been an explosion of new publishing models that take advantage of new opportunities afforded by the internet and advances in printing on demand. There’s also been a corresponding rise in scams. So what is “hybrid publishing” and how does it fit into all of this?

Hybrid publishing isn’t quite 

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