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Happy Man Day 2014!

Is this thing on? Is it really Man Day, 2014, already? If you’ve somehow made it this far in life without learning about Man Day, you can get caught up here, here, here, and here. This particular Man Day, we’re preparing for a move downtown, and we’re making some tough decisions. You see, we’ll have less […]

Happy Man Day (observed) 2012!

If you visited us yesterday to look for Man Day 2012 content, well, now you know why “Working for the Weekend” is on all of our playlists. But we’re here today, and even the Jets are shamelessly attempting to hitch their Tim Tebow wagon to our Man Day star. We’ll concede that it was a […]

Survivor: 10 E. 53rd Street

  So, yeah, we’ve been getting kicked around by Mother Nature lately! An earthquake. Some hurricane-like substance. We ran out of decaf green tea bags. But like the tree that gives our imprint its name, we absorb the energy with our flowing, supple limbs and bounce right back. Or something. We hope all of our […]

The “T” Word

Even though it’s been a few days since it published and was thoroughly chewed over by the digerati, I couldn’t help but write about Virginia Heffernan’s NYT blog post  “The Price of Typos.” I have honest-to-goodness nightmares about typos. The book-making process on children’s side of the business hasn’t gotten as compromised it has on […]

No, we haven’t drunk tiger blood; it’s just Man Day

Another year, another Man Day! But don’t think for a moment that we’re resting on the laurels of the holiday and our service anniversaries. No, today is business as usual at Greenwillow Books: Steve is editing. Paul is designing. And I’m copyediting. But in all seriousness, this year the men of GWB are feeling a […]