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  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Poetry

    Art fails to be revolutionary if it fails to offer a big tent—if it fails to welcome and celebrate the lives of the dispossessed and the displaced, the invisible and the marginalized. Poetry can’t change the world on its own, but it’s a good place to start.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Politics & Current Events

    As the nation (and the world) grapples with the prospect of a Trump presidency, this spring’s politics books explore the challenges, divisions, and cultural trends his administration will face.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Romance & Erotica

    Contemporary romances fill the spring 2017 list, including sweet smalltown love stories and intense romantic thrillers with a thread of danger.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: SF, Fantasy & Horror

    Many of the genre’s biggest names are looking toward the near future, and their works coming out this spring forecast ecological and economic disaster and show how humans can survive and even thrive.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Science

    This spring’s science list has everything: climate change, eclipses, animal behavior, the relationship between biology and culture, groundbreaking neuroscience, genetics, and bioengineering.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: All Our Coverage

    We look into our crystal ball to predict which books will stand out in the early months of 2017—which will make it to the top, in terms of attention, sales, and awards and prizes.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography

    Art meets activism in this season's lead art books.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Business & Economics

    New ideas for closing the income gap between America’s überwealthy and the rest of society are presented in several of the spring’s most important business books.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Cooking & Food

    While fall cooking and food books featured big-name celebrity authors, this spring celebrates cooking at home with the family—especially dinner. As far as international palates go, keep looking to Mexico and Southeast Asia.

  • Spring 2017 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism

    Jane Austen never lacks for attention, but with the 200th anniversary of her death coming up, her perennially popular work is tackled in several titles this season.

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