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fey fodder and walken report

I have to start off my celebrity section with news about my famous twin.

30 Rocks’ Tina Fey – recently lauded for her eerily-accurate Sarah Palin impression – has signed a book deal with Little, Brown & Co., according to the N.Y. Observer. The book will reportedly consist of humorous essays in the style of Nora Ephron and will be edited by executive editor Reagan Arthur.

The deal also involves a donation to the Books for Kids foundation to help sponsor the construction of six school libraries in New York, according to an Observer source. The exact price-tag is unknown, but Fey earlier last week had received a $6 M offer to write a book, according to reports.

In other big book news from USA Today, a new book, arriving in stores next week, takes on the “duke of spook” in Christopher Walken A to Z: The Man, The Movies, The Legend, by Robert Schnakenberg.
Fans get a closer look at this two-time Oscar nominee who once was a lion tamer, had a cooking show on TV and used to worship the moon.

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