Here are the latest posts about Lemony Snicket on Writers Write:
Ferguson Librarian Wins $10,000 Lemony Snicket Prize for Noble Librarians Faced with Adversity (2015-03-30): Ferguson Public Library's Scott Bonner has won the ALA's second annual Lemony Snicket Prize for Noble Librarians Faced with Adversity.
Phil Klay Wins, Daniel Handler Horrifies at National Book Awards (2014-11-20): Former Marine Phil Klay won the National Book Award for Fiction. Host Daniel Handler made racially offensive joke that horrified many.
Netflix to Make TV Show Based on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2014-11-07): Time to order Netflix. The company is making a live action tv series with Paramount based on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Daniel Handler to Host the National Book Awards Ceremony (2014-06-26): Daniel Handler, aka Lemony Snicket, will act as master of ceremonies for the National Book Awards in November.
April Fool's Day: Lemony Snicket and Malcolm Gladwell in Major Plagiarism Scandal (2014-04-01): April Fool's Day: Lemony Snicket accuses NY Times bestselling author of plagiarism of the words if, I, You, That and You. A furious Gladwell threatens Snicket in return.
Cover for Lemony Snicket's Who Could That Be at This Hour? Released (2012-03-29): The cover art for Lemony Snicket's next book, Who Could That Be at This Hour?, has been released. It is the first book in a four part series.
Lemony Snicket to Launch Four Book Series in October (2012-02-27): Little, Brown Books for Young Readers announced that a new four book series from children's author Lemony Snicket will launch in October.
Video: Lemony Snicket Makes a Youtube Video (2009-11-25): Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler) has decided to take to Youtube to discourage his many readers from taking advantage of the fact that the first book in the Series of Unfortunate Events, #1: The Bad Beginning is now available to be read for free online.
Lemony Snicket Moves to Little, Brown (2009-11-11): Daniel Handler, who writes the bestselling Lemony Snicket books, has moved from HarperCollins to Little, Brown.
The Happy Endings Foundation Wants to Ban Childrens' Books With Sad Endings (2007-10-08): Readers were up in arms yelling 'censorhip' over this article in The Daily Mail about the Happy Endings Foundation's campaign to ban all books for children which don't have happy endings.
Bid Your Way Into A Bestselling Novel (2005-08-16): Several bestselling authors are allowing readers to
bid on character names on eBay in an effort to raise
money for the
First Ammendment Project (FAP).
Lemony Snicket and the Special Book Delivery (2005-07-11): As part of Amazon.
Lemony Snicket Befuddled at Success (2004-12-20): His books are international bestsellers.
Good Fortune at the Box Office for Lemony Snicket (2004-12-19): Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events had good fortune at the box office in its opening weekend, bringing in $30.
Lemony Snicket's Popularity Soars (2004-04-23): The popularity of Lemony Snicket is soaring as the Dec.