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  • Fall 2015 Announcements: History: Locale Histories

    Rather than focus on events or players, this fall’s big history books are rooted in geographic locations, from the landscapes of the Catskills in upstate New York to the back alleys of Paris and the vast waters of the Pacific Ocean.

  • Fall 2015 Announcements: Science Fiction & Fantasy: An Autumn of Possibilities

    Crisp fall nights bring bright beckoning stars and a resurgence of our old friend, the sense of wonder.

  • Fall 2015 Announcements: Romance & Erotica: Love, Unlimited

    Romance and erotica authors are pushing all kinds of boundaries this fall.

  • Fall 2015 Announcements: Mysteries: The Mystery/Thriller Boom

    Thrillers from major publishers typically occupy about half the slots on any given bestseller list. Meanwhile, niche imprints and smaller presses offer a wide range of mysteries for every taste.

  • Fall 2015 Announcements: Poetry: The Torch Carriers

    This fall’s poetry list follows a pattern set in the spring: much-anticipated posthumous collections abound alongside a good number of selected works from some of American poetry’s biggest names.

  • Fall 2015 Announcements: Memoirs: True Tales

    People and their antics are infinitely interesting—whether they are historical, literary, or criminal figures, or their tales are told by themselves or others.

  • Summer Blockbuster Book Battle: Harper Lee vs. E.L. James

    This summer has unexpectedly turned into a showdown between two heavyweight authors: Harper Lee and E.L. James.

  • Select LGBTQ Romance Novels for 2015

  • Pride, a New LGBTQ Imprint: Romance 2015

    Digital-first publisher Totally Bound, which has been publishing erotic romance fiction since 2007, is spinning off its LGBTQ titles into a new division.

  • Finding Love In All the Right Places: Romance 2015

    As same-sex unions continue to gain acceptance across the U.S., a shift is taking place in publishing, with books featuring LGBTQ characters earning recognition in the traditional romance world.

  • LGBTQ 2015: The Best of #QueerABook

    For pride month, we asked PW's readers and Twitter followers to add a little rainbow glitter to the titles of famous books. Here are some of our favorites so far.

  • LGBTQ Publishing: An LGBTQ Publishing Wish List

    We asked authors, editors, bloggers, and others: What would you like to see next in LGBTQ publishing? Here’s how they responded.

  • LGBTQ Publishing: PW Marks Pride Month

    PW's May 25 LGBTQ feature kicks off a monthlong look—in print, online, and elsewhere—at various corners of LGBTQ publishing.

  • LGBTQ Publishing: Other Voices, Other Views

    It’s hard to name a more rapidly evolving religious issue than attitudes toward homosexuality. Congregations have split, denominations have approached schism, and, in April, in a move sure to have repercussions in religious communities, the Supreme Court took up the issue of gay marriage.

  • LGBTQ Publishing: File Under Queer

    The volume of openly LGBTQ literature has grown exponentially since the early 20th century, but the question has always been how and where to find it. From the earliest issues of the pioneering gay political journal One and the equally innovative lesbian journal the Ladder, the emerging LGBTQ press in the 1950s created forums for discovering literature that spoke to the lived experiences of sexual and gender minorities.

  • LGBTQ Publishing 2015: Next Steps

    We asked some key players in LGBTQ literature what they are doing to push boundaries in that category. Here’s what they had to say.

  • LGBTQ Publishing: Giovanni's Room 2.0

    Last spring, things were looking bleak for Giovanni's Room, the country's oldest LGBTQ bookshop, but what a difference a year makes.

  • Changing Culture: Business Books 2015

    As women strive for professional success, they face the same shifting landscape as everyone else: changes in technology, a rise in the number of people working remotely, and the expectation that employees should always be reachable.

  • Women’s Work: Business Books 2015

    Two years ago, Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg told women that in order to succeed in the workplace, they need to "Lean In" (Knopf, 2013).

  • Select June Spanish-Language Titles

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