Google is looking to expand its headquarters. They want a building big enough to hold 3,000 of its employees—which apparently means something “half the size of the Chrysler Building.”
On Sunday Stephen King tweeted the end of a Game of Thrones episode and sparked the outrage of his 370,000 Twitter followers. King has been happily spoiling numerous shows since he joined Twitter a few months ago, and was unmoved by the uproar. “Romeo and Juliet die in Act 5,” he tweeted a few minutes later.
Acclaimed editor Lee Boudreaux is getting her own imprint at Little, Brown.
Next Tuesday, the Film Society of Lincoln Center will screen Anna, a four-hour Italian documentary from the mid-’70s about a pregnant teenager. Sound familiar? The movie plays a key role in Rachel Kushner’s novel The Flamethrowers (the book is dedicated to Anna, the film’s subject and heroine); Kushner will be on hand to introduce and discuss.