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  • Banned Book Week Gets Diverse

    Banned Books Week, the annual celebration of the freedom to read that shines a light on censorship of reading material in the United States, has begun. This year, the event focuses on diversity.

  • Jaipur Literary Festival Opens in Colorado

    The festival, which launched in India, returns to Boulder, Colo., for the second time, on September 23. It will offer, over the course of three days, events focused on marginalized voices.

  • Kids' Books at Brooklyn Book Festival 2016: A Photo Essay

    Readers, authors, and publishers gathered together in downtown Brooklyn on September 17 and 18 for the 11th annual Brooklyn Book Festival, featuring programs for both children and adults.

  • Bouchercon 2016: Blood on the Bayou

    Over 1,900 people traveled to the Big Easy September 15-18 for the 47th Bouchercon World Mystery Convention, an annual gathering of crime fiction’s fans and authors, making it the largest Bouchercon ever.

  • New York Comic Con 2016: The PW Preview

    This year's New York Comic Con will aim to accommodate the ever-increasing number of events, programming and attendees with additional venues outside of the Javits Convention Center.

  • PW Star Watch 2016 Superstar: Andrew Harwell

    Andrew Harwell, senior editor at HarperCollins Children’s Books, was named PW Star Watch Superstar at a party at New York's Dream Downtown hotel on September 15.

  • PW's Star Watch Tribute Set

    'PW's' second Star Watch program, which recognizes the rising stars in publishing and bookselling, will honor 45 industry members at a September 15 party in New York City.

  • A New Standard for Regional Bookseller Association Trade Shows

    After nearly a decade of experimenting, regional bookseller association trade shows have found the right mix of authors, education, and exhibits.

  • Beijing Book Fair: Market Opportunities for Everyone

    Overseas exhibitors were happy to see that the huge Chinese book market remains positive and open with business opportunities for different segments of the industry.

  • Find Waldo Local 2016: A Photo Essay

    Hundreds of booksellers and their neighboring businesses participated in the fifth annual Find Waldo Local national event to promote shopping local.

  • Inside the New-Look PEN America

    The 95-year-old organization dedicated to free expression has recently rebranded and expanded.

  • Midnight Parties for 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'

    The new Harry Potter went on sale last Saturday night, and bookstores across the country celebrated with midnight parties. Here we present a sampling of photos from those festivities.

  • Manga at Comic-Con 2016: Pokemon, Titans, Sci-Fi Take Charge

    Manga and anime aren't the main focus of Comic-Con, but the show featured an abundance of Japanese pop culture for manga and anime fans including a visit by the Pokemon manga creators.

  • New Children's, YA Comics and Imprints Debut at Comic-Con 2016

    From Comic-Con guests like Cece Bell and Noelle Stevenson to the debut of new series and new imprints, children's and YA graphic novels continue to have a strong presence at the mammoth pop culture festival.

  • Security Technology Drives Calmer But Still Robust Comic-Con 2016

    The show added RFID technology to cut back on counterfeit badges and reduce traffic on the floor, but the show also reflected a growing and optimistic comics marketplace with an influx of new readers including women and girls.

  • Nerdcamp 2016 in Photos

    A seventh-grade English teacher got on a plane to Michigan last week to attend nErDcamp, a camp-like conference for the creators and celebrators of children's literature.

  • Lescroart, Oates Among Winners at Thrillerfest

    At the 11th annual Thrillerfest banquet, held July 9 in New York City, John Lescroart won a charity award for helping to raise over $2 million for Sacramento’s libraries. Joyce Carol Oates picked up the Best Short Story honor for her story, 'Gun Accident.'

  • Just Buffalo Literary Center Celebrates Its 40th Year

    The Buffalo, N.Y., literary center distinguished itself from the beginning by putting an emphasis on working with young people.

  • ABA’s Children’s Institute Wins High Marks

    New booksellers and a record number of authors in attendance fueled enthusiasm at the conference.

  • ALA 2016 in Photos

    Just as Children's Institute was drawing to a close, another horde of book lovers descended upon Orlando: librarians!

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