From the Newsletters
Rachel Cantor, author of A Highly Unlikely Scenario (Melville), picks the 10 worst jobs in literature.
The story behind Disney’s next big thing: a multiplatform mermaid saga by Jennifer Donnelly.
Food Network host and cookbook author Ellie Krieger on lightening up classic comfort foods.
The most-read review on publishersweekly.com last week was Loveology: God, Love, Marriage, Sex, and the Never-Ending Story of Male and Female by John Mark Comer (Zondervan).
2014 promises to be a big year for book-to-film adaptations. One editor picks the 11 most promising.
Why it’s important for authors to keep independent booksellers in mind while promoting their books.
The Week Ahead
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese talks BEA, and what lies ahead for Apple in its battle to overturn its price-fixing case. Listen to this and more here.
Isabel Allende has sold more than 60 million books in 35 languages. She’s received 14 honorary degrees. What’s next? A bloody thriller called Ripper.
In Things I’ve Learned from Dying (Hachette/Twelve), lawyer David Dow writes about the lessons he learned working on death row. We talk to him about the death penalty, and what it’s like to work with the condemned.
Hosts Rose Fox and Mark Rotella talk with Lisa Unger about her gripping new psychological thriller, In the Blood (S&S/Touchstone). Plus, PW reviews director Louisa Ermelino discusses our spring announcements feature.