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Q & A with Jewell Parker Rhodes
Fast-Growing Independent Publishers, 2018
Into the Woods: Jenny Michman
Midwest Booksellers Association Announces Bookseller Award
Bookseller Anderson Loses Congressional Primary
Novelist Alex George to Open Bookstore in Columbia, Mo.
After AWP Dismisses Exec Director, Questions and Anger Linger
Feminist Presses Are Seizing the Moment
Kate DiCamillo Writes Companion Novel to 'Raymie Nightingale'
Trump Presidency Reinvigorates Feminist Bookstores
Children's Literature Community Rallies Around #Kidlitwomen
Down the Rabbit Hole: Kansas City Explor-a-Storium Finds a Permanent Home
Indie Booksellers Grapple with Sherman Alexie Sexual Harassment Charges
Authors Mobilize Children's Book Community to March on March 24
IPG Consolidates Chicago Review Press, Triumph Books Personnel
Luis Alberto Urrea Tells a Quintessential Mexican American Story
Lion Forge Roars Onward with Picture Book Launch
Chicagoland Bookseller Named GLIBA Executive Director
It Takes a Village: NorthSouth Publishes WNDB Grant Recipient
Penguin Young Readers Announces Imprint for Diverse Books
Sales Rep Ted Heinecken Dies
WI13: Panel on Sensitivity Readers and Free Expression Sparks Lively Debate
WI13: Diversity More Than 'Righteous Pursuit,' Panelists Say: It’s Good for Business
WI13: Children's and YA Take Center Stage at Winter Institute
An Upbeat Winter Institute—With Some Caveats
WI13: Junot Diaz Urges Booksellers to Walk the Talk on Diversity
WI13: Talking in Memphis With the Independent Publishers Caucus
Indie Booksellers Go Viral with Promotions Featuring Trump's Provocative Language
WI13: Independent Publishers to Meet at Winter Institute
Wisconsin Historical Society Press Director Leaves On a High Note
Michigan Mini-Chain Schuler Books to Close Lansing Store
As Book World Closes, Indie Booksellers Eye Its Locations
Twitter Events Connect Agents and Writers
We Need Diverse Books Announces 2018 Walter Award Ceremony, Expands Program
New Literary Festival Coming to the Twin Cities
Franken to Resign, Booksellers Continue to Sell His Memoir
GLIBA Executive Director Deb Leonard To Step Down
PW Notables of the Year: Becky Anderson
As Under-Fire Al Franken Cancels Appearances, Minnesota Booksellers Stand By Their Senator
MPIBA's Executive Director Stepping Down
Meet the Editor: Todd Stocke
Hachette Acquires Meadowbrook Press' Backlist
Does Anybody Know What a Bestseller Is?
Book World to Close All 45 Stores Across the Midwest
Heartland Fall Forum 2017: GLIBA, MIBA Booksellers Bond Over Books
Sujata Massey's Sister Widows
For Greystone Books, Hopes for a Follow-Up Bestseller
Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Bookseller Picks
Siblings J.L. Powers and M.A. Powers Mine Memories for Supernatural YA Novel
Phil Bildner Launches the Author Village Booking Agency
Indie Booksellers Report Solid Summer Sales
Transportation Pub Motorbooks Launches Two New Series
Texas Teacher Launches Hurricane Harvey Book Club to Help Children
Bookstores Are Booming. Bookselling As a Second Career Is Too.
Small Presses Celebrate Laura Ingalls Wilder’s 150th Birthday
TitleTown Adds Two Imprints
Despite Turmoil, Charlottesville Indie Vows to Serve Community
Guy Intoci Leaves Dzanc Books, Michelle Dotter Named Publisher
Weinstein Books Finds a Hit with Children's Series Aimed at Reluctant Readers
Indie Bookseller Becky Anderson Running for Congress
After Outcry, Haymarket to Move into New Chicago Neighborhood
Vietnamese Heritage Inspires Poet Bao Phi and His Illustrator
Summer Sales in Bookstores By the Water
Indie Pub Two Dollar Radio to Open Bookstore
Heyday Books, 'L.A. Times' Partner on Anti-Trump Book
How a Small Press Landed a Big Fish in Naomi Klein
Chicago Review Press Acquires Bright Ring’s Art Activity Series
Milkweed Unveils Lit Prize Honoring Young Poet
BookCon 2017: YA Authors and Fiction on Center Stage
BookCon 2017: Consumers Flock to Javits to Meet Authors—and Publishers
BookCon 2017: Cassandra Clare’s Fans Want More Than Their MTV
BookExpo 2017: A Comedian Makes a Mid-Career Switch: Al Franken
BookExpo 2017: Life and Death, and the 1968 Election: Lawrence O’Donnell
BookExpo 2017: The Little Press on the Prairie Returns to New York City
BookExpo 2017: Books Saved Her Life: Marieke Nijkamp
BookExpo 2017: Neil Patrick Harris, Lemony Snicket, and Chris Harris Create Magic
BookExpo 2017: Adult Editors Buzz Panel Thrills Booksellers
Gun Safety Org Taps Book Professionals for New Advocacy Group
BookExpo 2017: Wild Rumpus is PW’s Bookstore of the Year
Meet the Editor: Parneshia Jones
OMG: A Middle Grade Book Festival
For Bookstores, A Perfect Storm for Sales
Two Minnesota Bookstores Announce Expansion Plans
Sourcebooks Creates Magic with Augmented Reality Picture Books
New Internationalist Surpasses Crowdfunding Goal
S&S Shuts Down Tyrus Books, Relocates Howard Books
Fast-Growing Independent Publishers, 2017
Art Among the Ruins: Kristen Radtke
British Indie Tests New Biz Model with Crowdfunding Campaign
Bookstores Get Political
Kids’ Subscription Services Take Off
Q & A with Andrew McCarthy
Celebrating History's Bad-Ass Women: PW Talks with Greer Macallister
Chicago's Seminary Co-Op Overhauls Membership Model
Politics Was Front and Center At This Year’s AWP Conference
AWP 2017: YA Authors on Why the Politics of Writing Is Personal
AWP 2017: Politicized Writing Conference Ends With White House Vigil
AWP 2017: Writers Take to the Streets of Washington, D.C.
AWP 2017: Writers Get Political as Conference Opens
Children’s Bookselling Tips from Winter Institute 2017
We Need Diverse Books Opens Nominations for Bookseller Award
A Call for Diversity Among Children’s Booksellers at Winter Institute 12
WI12: Current Events Dominate Final Day of Winter Institute
WI12: Indie Publishers Launch Advocacy Organization
Q & A with Marissa Meyer
Washington, D.C. Booksellers Bring Together Women's March Participants
WI12: Stellar Authors To Headline Winter Institute
WI12: Bookselling in the Twin Cities
Four Questions for Veronica Roth
Children’s Booksellers End 2016 on an Up Note
NBCC Launches Fellowship for Emerging Book Critics
Independent Booksellers End Year on High Note
Milo Yiannopoulos Book May Not Be Coming To a Store Near You
Lerner Publishing Hires Andy Cummings as Editor-in-Chief
Chicago Review Press Acquires Parenting Press
PW Notables of the Year: Rupi Kaur
Children’s Booksellers Get ‘Fantastic’ Start to the 2016 Holiday Selling Season
2016 Election Gives Boost to Book Originally Released in 2004
New University of Cincinnati Press Hires Director
Indie Booksellers See Early Holiday Sales Boost
Chapel Hill Restaurant's Book Prize Nourishes Southern Writers, Booksellers
Penny Candy Books: A Mission Becomes a Moral Directive
Wayne State University Press Celebrates 75 Years, Successful Trade Program
Chicagoland Indies Mobilize Windy City Area's Literary Community
Children's Authors and Illustrators Offer Metaphorical Hugs
Post-Election Reading: Bookseller Picks
Curious George Added to Sourcebooks' Put Me in the Story Platform
Triumph Celebrating Cubs' Win with New, and Old, Releases
Four Questions for...'Good Girls Revolt' Author Lynn Povich
Little, Brown to Publish 'Creativity Project' by Michigan Teacher Colby Sharp
Detroit's Rebounding Housing Market Transforms Write A House
Twin Cities, Already Rich in Children's Bookstores, to Add Another
Current Affairs Drive the Mission (and Revenue) at Haymarket Books
Heartland Fall Forum 2016: Children's Authors Create Magic
We Need Diverse Books Launches Curated Books App
Milkweed Publisher Ventures Into the Wild to Acquire Book
Q & A with Caren Stelson
Four Questions for...Journalist Maureen Dowd
Lizzie Skurnick Books Suspends Acquisitions
Sourcebooks and Wattpad: Building Community Together
Summer 2016: Children's Booksellers More Than Hold Their Own with a Little Harry Potter Magic
Independent Booksellers See Second Strong Summer in a Row
D'Onofrio Named Director at Chicago Distribution Center
Indie Booksellers: Book Clubs Are for Children Too
Why Book Clubs Matter in the Age of Tablets
Ten Speed Issues Sequel to Sleeper Hit 'Rad American Women'
Two YA Authors Tweet Mutual Interests into Six-Figure Deal
A Decade of Dzanc Books
Lois Lenski Biography Provides Intimate Portrait of an Elusive Author
Finding the Real Patricia Hearst: PW Talks with Jeffrey Toobin
Scholastic Partners with American Girl
Llewellyn Sells YA Imprint Flux to North Star Editions
St. Paul Friends of Public Library Head Peter Pearson To Step Down
Sourcebooks Issues 'This Is Where It Ends' Challenge
New Harry Potter Book Among Booksellers' Summer Picks
Harry Potter and the Return of the Midnight Parties
University Presses Cope with Budget Cuts
Four Questions for...Max Perkins Biographer, A. Scott Berg
Indie Publisher to Open Chicago Bookstore
BookCon Makes Its Chicago Debut
BookCon 2016 in Photos
BEA 2016: Big Books from Small Presses Create a Buzz
BookCon 2016: YA Authors Take Center Stage at Literary Fan Fest
BookCon 2016: Too Short for Readers, Just Right for Publishers
BEA 2016: Reeling In Readers: Three YA Authors Tell How It’s Done
BEA 2016: Marissa Meyer and Leigh Bardugo: Fractured Fairy Tales for Gen Z Readers
Plucking Stories from Personal Experience
BEA 2016: Veronica Roth: Making Her Mark
BEA 2016: Shining a Light on Good and Evil in YA Fiction
BEA 2016: We Need Diverse Books Keeping It Real
BEA 2016: Children's Breakfast Speakers Agree: Books Change Lives
BEA 2016: Terry McMillan: Rocking a Midlife Crisis
BEA 2016: Candice Millard: A Swashbuckling Churchill
BEA 2016: Kenny Loggins: Cutting Loose on the Page
BEA 2016: The Okee Dokee Brothers Celebrate America’s Great Outdoors
BEA 2016: Colson Whitehead: The Underground Railroad As More Than Metaphor
BEA 2016: Michael Schumacher: Life and Death on the Great Lakes
BEA 2016: Three Authors Agree: There's No One Way to Publish
BEA 2016: How Booksellers Can Create Better In-Store Events
Alain de Botton Relfects Upon the Course of Love
BEA 2016: Counting Down: Presses Celebrate Milestones in Children’s Publishing
BEA 2016: Jennifer Close: A Hopeful in Fact and Fiction
BEA 2016: Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Help Her Reach for the Stars
BEA 2016: Richard Peck: On a Mission to Debunk Stereotypes
Don Linn Out at Chicago Distribution Center
SCBWI Conference Attendees Raise Funds for Diversity
Four Questions for...Harriet Tubman Biographer, Catherine Clinton
Jeff Kinney Takes Minneapolis
BEA 2016: Welcome to Literary and Culinary Chicago
A Child for a Child: Louise Erdrich
Q & A with Monica Hesse
AWP 2016: Writers Walking the Talk About Diversity in Children's Publishing
Attendance Strong at AWP 2016
Bookseller Gary Schulze Dies One Week After Selling Store
AWP 2016 in Photos: Publishers, Writers, and Readers Meet Up in L.A.
AWP 2016 Wrap-up: Literature, Commerce, and Even Love Collide in Los Angeles
AWP 2016: Discussions of Diversity and Inclusivity in Literary Communities Take Center Stage
AWP 2016: Book Fair Kicks Off; Penguin Random House Takes Notice of Literary 'Tastemakers'
Andrew Smith to Head Children's Books at Abrams, Van Metre Gets New Role
Why Publishing Is So White
Four Questions for...New National Book Foundation head, Lisa Lucas
American Girl Tackles Civil Rights Movement with New Character
Scholastic Collaborates with WNDB on Reading Club Flyers
Balzer + Bray Prevails in 13-House Auction for YA Debut
Anderson's Bookshop Wins $3K in Sourcebooks Contest
Kansas City Booksellers Launching 'World's First Explorastorium'
Lucky Charms: Wade Rouse
Bookselling Tips from Winter Institute 2016
Winter Institute 2016: Children's Authors, Presses, Books Share the Stage
Winter Institute 2016 Ends on High Note
Winter Institute 11: Small Presses Take the Spotlight on Day Three
WI13: Booksellers Conference Ends with Mash-Up of Books and Music
Winter Institute 11: Report Finds $1 Billion Tax Gap Caused by Amazon
Reynolds, Kiely Win WNDB's Debut Walter Award
Strong Holidays Give Children's Bookstores a Boost in 2015
Four Questions for...Dean Strang of 'Making a Murderer'
ABA Winter Institute 2016: Conversations with Keynoters: ‘Small Data,’ Big Impact, With Martin Lindstrom
ABA Winter Institute 2016: Conversations with Keynoters: Translating Ideas into Sales, With Kwame Alexander
Indie Bookstores Finish 2015 on High Note
Amazon Bottlenecks Frustrating Indie Publishers
Children's Holiday Sales 2015: Picture Books and Middle Grade Top YA
Four Questions for… Robert Sabuda
IPG Head Curt Matthews to Retire
Coloring Books Drive Big Holiday Sales at Independent Booksellers
Popular U.K. Band Taps Author for Promotional Push
Surprise Laura Ingalls Wilder Bestseller Transforms a Small Press
Interactive Storytelling Phone Debuts
Obituary: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Quindaro Press Celebrates a Decade by Switching to YA
Bidding Frenzy Erupts for Princeton U Press Backlist Title
WNDB Announces Inaugural Walter Dean Myers Grant Recipients
American Writers Museum Settles in Chicago
Milkweed Editions Raises $1.5 Million For Its 35th Anniversary
Sourcebooks Buys Bestselling 1-2-3 Magic Parenting Series
Obituary: Gerald Gross, 94
Heartland 2015: Children's Booksellers Are Family
Indie Press Rain Taxi Celebrates 20 Years
Keen Communications, Adventure Publications Merge
A Self-Published Sleeper: Author of 'The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep' Speaks
Four Questions for ... Bonnie Jo Campbell
WNDB's Debut Walter Award Ceremony Set for Next March
WNDB Postpones Diversity Festival
Sales Up for Children's Booksellers This Summer
How Indie Booksellers Fared This Summer
Fall Regional Bookselling Shows 2015: Publishers Offer Economics of Publishing 101 for Booksellers
Fall Regional Bookselling Shows 2015: The Art of Writing Historical Fiction: PW Talks to B.A. Shapiro
Fall Regional Bookselling Shows 2015: Adult Authors Appearing at the 2015 Regional Bookselling Trade Shows
Controversy Dogs Red Hen Press After HuffPo Article
Minneapolis's Loft Literary Center Celebrates 40 Years
AWP Exec Director Defends Kate Gale
HuffPo Article Stokes Claims of Discrimination Leveled Against AWP
U. of Akron Press Gets Support, Staff Back
How Some Indie Bookstores are Translating Trust into Sales
Protests Continue As U of Akron Press Interim Director Named
Debut Novelist Pops Up at Chicago Dinner Lab Feast
University of Akron Press In Limbo
Cottage Door Press Opens for Business
Belt Publishing Celebrates the Industrial Midwest
A Horse with No Name: PW Talks to Joe Meno
St. Paul Saints Go to Bat for Literacy
Indie Press Two Dollar Radio Marks a Decade of Making Noise
From Reading to Wearing: Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Book Jacket Jacket
Loft Literary Center Names New Executive Director
We Need Diverse Books Announces Appointments
Four Questions for...Lori Nelson Spielman
Summer 2015: Indies See Strong Sales Ahead
WNDB Announces Internship Project Recipients
BEA 2015: Bercu Says Goodbye; How to Use Social Media
BookCon 2015: 'Paper Towns' Cast and Director Reunite with John Green
BookCon 2015: YA Panel Celebrates WNDB, Talks Up Diversity
BookCon 2015: Judy Blume Dishes on Life in Fact and Fiction
BookCon 2015: YA Authors: We’re All Hungry for Diversity
BookCon 2015: Mac Barnett and Jory John: The Terrible Two Put the Con Into BookCon
BookCon 2015: In Our World and Beyond Fantasy, and Reality
BookCon 2015: John Green: Multi-Mega Star
BEA 2015: WNDB Advocates for Diverse Books
BEA 2015: Charles Belfoure - The Architect Who Builds Novels
BEA 2015: Leonard Pitts Jr.: Black Lives Matter
BEA 2015: Launching Voyagers
BEA 2015: Geraldine Brooks Plays King David's Secret Chord
BEA 2015: Social Media is Fun, Effective, Indie Booksellers Say
BEA 2015: Coping with BEA’s Schedule Changes
BEA 2015: Big Names from a Little Press
BEA 2015: Melissa Cistaro: Picking Up the Pieces
BEA 2015: J. Ryan Stradal: A Love Letter to His Homeland
BEA 2015: Dan Marshall: You Can Go Home Again
John Green to Crash Course Fans: 'Read Your Boring Textbooks'
ABDO Launches YA Fiction List
Society of Midland Authors Celebrates 100 Years
Odegard Memorial Scheduled for May 14 in Minneapolis
BEA 2015: Ted Heinecken: Living History
BEA 2015: St. Louis Bookstore Steps Up for Its Community
At Sourcebooks, Diversification Drives Gains
Univ of Minnesota Press Gets Interactive with Scholarly Books
Spanning the Globe
AWP 2015 with Children's Publishers and Authors: A Photo Essay
WNDB Tells AWP 2015: Write Diverse Books That Sell
AWP 2015: The Art and Business of Writing Children's Books
Minneapolis Mayor, Local Literati Welcome AWP to Town
Jewell Parker Rhodes: Living the Dream and Writing for Children: Children's Institute 2015
Mac Barnett and Jory John: The Pranksters Get Serious About 826 Valencia
We Need Diverse Books Becomes 501-c-3 Nonprofit
Capstone Sponsors Residency for Children's Authors and Illustrators
Twin Cities Bookseller Dan Odegard Dies
Four Questions for...Margret Aldrich
One Book Launch...Nine Venues
Curious and Curiouser: Wild Iris Publishing Flourishes in the Heartland
Four Questions for...Bill Ayers
Albert Whitman to Release Paper Editions of All Fiction Titles
Jack White's Publishing Upstart Signs with Consortium
AWP 2015: What To Do When You're Done With Panel Discussions
Coffee House Launches First Imprint with Emily Books
A Northern Light in the Literary World: Per Petterson
Egmont USA Authors Respond to Joining Lerner Publishing Group
Booksellers Celebrate 10 Years of Winter Institute
John Green's Southern Exposure
Wi10: Booksellers Reflect on Past, Future of Free Speech
Winter Institute 10: Children's Book Highlights in Photos
Wi10: Booksellers Discuss Walking Their Talk About Diversity
John Green to Wi10 Booksellers: Life Would 'Suck Without You'
First-person Perspective: Middle East Books 2015
Native Tongues: Middle East Fiction in Translation: Middle East Books 2015
Quarto USA Ramps Up Its Children’s Publishing
Small But Mighty Presses Prevail at ALA Awards
ABA Winter Institute 2015: On We Go with John Green
ABA Winter Institute 2015: How We Got Here: Steven Johnson
North Carolina Indies Build Lists, Community
Loft's Executive Director To Step Down
DiCamillo Named Summer Reading Champion
Memorial Held for Coffee House's Allan Kornblum
The Uni Project: Bright Lights, Big City, Mobile Reading Rooms
Sourcebooks Adds Lemony Snicket to the Story
Read It and Eat Bookstore to Open in Chicago
Independent Booksellers Enjoy Strong Finish to Good Year
Children's Sales Up at Indies in 2014
Bookseller Profile: Amy Oelkers of the Red Balloon
Scarletta to Become Mighty Media Press
January 27 Designated Multicultural Children's Book Day
Anderson's Bookshops to Add Third Location
Alexie, Woodson to Be Featured Authors at BookCon 2015
Children's Books Climb at the Start of the Holiday Season
American Bar Association Launches Trade Imprint
Imagining Fitzgerald: Stewart O’Nan
Indie Optimism High for the Holidays
Squirl Creates Portal Between Literary, Real Worlds
PW and the Obamas: Meeting Up at Politics & Prose to Buy Books
Shopping for Books with the Obamas
Four Questions for...Jacqueline Woodson
Coffee House Founding Publisher Allan Kornblum Dies
SIBA Receives $40,000 Grant On Its 40th Anniversary
Four Questions for...Author Shawn Lawrence Otto
Out of the Midwest: Books for Africa and Little Free Library Promote Literacy
First Annual CCBC Bowl Held in Wisconsin
Four Questions for...PEN Winner Shawn Vestal
Four Questions for...Author Escort Isabel Keating
Triumph Books Marks 25th Anniversary
WNDB Diversity Organization Announces New Initiatives
Hal Leonard Expands Its Niche
Diversity Group Announces Walter Dean Myers Award and Grants
MPIBA 2014's Children's Breakfast: Memories Inspire Authors
MPIBA 2014: Big Helpings of Children's Books with Authors
MPIBA 2014: A Mile-High Celebration of Books
Looking to Move Beyond the 11%
Amazon, Books, Authors Drive Fall Discussions
Heartland 2014 Works Its Magic on Children's Booksellers
Candlewick to Publish New Kate DiCamillo Novel in Spring 2016
Heartland Fall Forum 2014: A Celebration of Community
Heartland Fall Forum 2014: A Call to Action
The View from Mt. Olympus: Rick Riordan's Series Finale
Western Great Lakes: Publishers Make the Heartland Vibrant
Western Great Lakes: Land of 10,000 Presses
Western Great Lakes: Plenty of Room for Publishers in the City of the Big Shoulders
Western Great Lakes: Regional Publishing Takes Its Place
Western Great Lakes: All in the Family
Western Great Lakes: Midwestern Nice
New Indie Bookstore Coming to Chicago
Utah's Children's Authors Build a Community
Four Questions for...Brooklyn Book Festival Host Johnny Temple
HelioTot: Books to Sing About
A Strong Summer for Kids' and YA Books in Bookstores
A Hot Summer For Indie Stores
Over the Reading Rainbow: PW Talks with LeVar Burton
Iowa City Book Festival Announces Lineup
Audible Releases Two Editions of Scalzi Novel
Capstone Acquires Engage Literacy
From Page to Screen: 'The Boxcar Children'
Iowa Bookseller Pumps Up Sales for Author's Memoir
Suchomel Returning to Legato Publishers Group
This Week's Bestsellers: August 18, 2014
'More Than a Hashtag': We Need Diverse Books Moves Forward
Literary Agent to Re-Publish Author's 2004 Novel
Four Questions for...Andrew Karre
Mighty Media Acquires Scarletta
Iowa's Hill Avenue Books Sold
Two Store Employees Buy Women & Children First
Chicago Indie Bookstore Day A Huge Success
Blue Manatee Press Educates Parents About Infant Health
Oak Park's Magic Tree Bookstore for Sale
Binc Launches Matching Funds Pilot Program
Book World To Close Two Wisconsin Stores
Midwest Bookstores in Transition
Pages on Livernois to Open in Detroit This Fall
Four Questions for...Coffee House's Caroline Casey
Training for Writing: PW Talks with Amy Bloom
Tales from a Kind-of-Glam-Author Tour: Rachel Renée Russell Takes Dork Diaries on the Road
Chicago's Printers Row Lit Fest Draws Record Crowds
BEA 2014: The Illustrators' Studio Crawl: A Photo Essay
BEA 2014: Booksellers and Illustrators Connect During Studio Crawl
#WeNeedDiverseBooks Announces Initiatives
BEA 2014: Skylar Dorset: A Dream Becomes a Reality
BEA 2014: Aiming for DIY Sustainability
BEA 2014: Lev Grossman and Deborah Harkness: Magical Flights of Fantasy
BEA 2014: #WNDB Panelists Agree: We Need Diverse Books
BEA 2014: Maggie Stiefvater: A Sinner in the City of Angels
BEA 2014: Cary Elwes Spills About ‘The Princess Bride’
BEA 2014: John Green: Book to Screen
BEA 2014: Rachel Renée Russell: Tales from a Not-So-Glam Author
BEA 2014: Jacqueline Woodson: Remembering a Brown Girl’s Childhood
BEA 2014: Pat O’Brien: Back After All That
BEA 2014: Greer Macallister: Truth or Illusion?
BEA 2014: Magic in the Air at Middle-Grade Buzz Panel
BEA 2014: Big Helpings of Imagination at Children's Breakfast
BEA 2014: Loving Laughter
BEA 2014: A More Colorful Arcadia
BEA 2014: Blessed and Betrayed: Lisa Scottoline
BEA 2014: Gregory Maguire Delivers Another Wicked Fairy Tale
BEA 2014: Kudos on Hand-selling Favorites
BEA 2014: Little Booth, Gigantic Books
BEA 2014: Lay All Your Love on ABBA
BEA 2014: Celebrating Life’s Adventures
Bonnier Launches U.S. Imprint
From Songs to Tears: PW Talks with Barbara J. Taylor
First Book Pledges to Buy Diverse Books
On the Rez: Jim Northrup
ReedPOP Adds BookCon Panel on Diverse Books
BookCon Controversy Begets Diversity Social Media Campaign
World Book Night: Taking a Stand for the Banned
An Author Visits His Kingdoms: Ridley Pearson on Tour
After Outcry, ReedPOP Promises to Diversify Author Panel
Redleaf Press Launches Trade Imprint
Iowa Press to Publish ‘Lost Clerihews’
Cakes with More Than Meets the Eye
Art and Reality: PW Talks with Peter Heller
Graywolf at 40
Put Me in the Story Lifts Sourcebooks Sales
Peanuts Gang Hits Sourcebooks' Digital Platform
Capstone Publishing Adds YA Imprint
Sabuda Books Pop Up on Jumping Jack Press List
The Wizard of Omaha: Timothy Schaffert
More Than a Dream: Kate DiCamillo Reflects on Her 2014 Newbery News
Stafford’s 100th Celebrated with Readings, Releases
Meet the Editor: Jeffrey Shotts
Children's Booksellers Give Thanks for Thanksgivukkah: An Informal Survey of Black Friday Weekend Sales
The Christmas City Express Replaces the Polar Express in Duluth
Chicago Review Press Hits Major Milestone
Minnesota ‘Legacy Fund’ Grows Nonprofit Literary Presses
Free Spirit Marks Its 30th Anniversary
Santa Claus Is Coming to (Almost Every) Town, Thanks to Sourcebooks
Rowell Receives a 'Minnesota Nice' Welcome in St. Paul
Children's Authors Upstage Their Books at MPIBA Show
AMP Reissues Self-Published Book of Poems
Heartland Booksellers Focus on Building Relationships
Jessica Lange Publishes First Children's Book
Cartoonists Fundraise for Oklahoma School Libraries
Right-Sizing—And Right-Buying: What’s Working At Indies
A [John] Green Summer for Indies
Ohio University Press Rebrands Trade Imprint
A Portrait of the Artist: Betsy Franco
River City Readers Transports St. Louis Students
Coffee House Publishes First YA Novel
Defying 'Orthodoxy': Carolrhoda Editorial Director Andrew Karre
Sourcebooks Puts Macmillan Picture Book in the Story
Chooseco Kickstarts Choose Your Own Adventure Series
OddInt Media Launches with Little Book by Big Name
American Girl Enters the Picture Book Market
Book House Signs Lease, Will Move This Fall
Tyrus Books Moves Beyond Crime
Minnesota Town Kicks Off Green Bean Scavenger Hunt
Sourcebooks Collaborates with Scholastic U.K. on Fall Picture Book
Chicago Sun-Times Drops Regular Book Coverage
Octopus's Ticktock Imprint: A Focus on Nonfiction
Move Over, Rocky: Philadelphia Celebrates Hometown Hero Jerry Pinkney
First Book Tackles Lack of Diversity in Children's Books
Books for Africa Receives $600,000 Donation
Poetry Foundation Names Kenn Nesbitt Children's Poet Laureate
Curbside Splendor to Launch Imprint
BEA 2013: Booksellers Tour Artists' Studios: A Photo Essay
BEA 2013: It's All About the Readers
BEA 2013: Why Kids Should Read About War
BEA 2013: Neil Gaiman: Fortunately, Making Good Art
BEA 2013: Gennifer Albin: Weaver of Stories
BEA 2013: Diana Gabaldon: Wrinkles In Time
BEA 2013: Middle-Grade Buzz Is Fantasy
BEA 2013: Spotlight on Children: Akashic’s Black Sheep
BEA 2013: Larry Watson: Back to the Future
BEA 2013: Ticktock at Octopus
BEA 2013: CRP Is 40
BEA 2013: E-books with Chocolate
BEA 2013: Life is Like an Hourglass
BEA 2013: Oneworld Embraces Its World
BEA 2013: Indie Author's Battle
BEA 2013: Doris Kearns Goodwin: Unfriending, 20th-Century Style
BEA 2013: Jonathan Stroud: The Child Is Father to the Man
BEA 2013: Andrea Cremer and David Levithan: Writing Soul Mates Collaborate
BEA 2013: Livrada's E-book Delivery Platform
BEA 2013: Graywolf Delights
BEA 2013: Booth Advice From Mar
BEA 2013: A $9.8 Million Book!
BEA 2013: Social Media For Dummies
BEA 2013: Oneworld Embraces Its World
BEA 2013: EFA's Outreach
BEA 2013: Girls Outpace Boys in Digital Use
BEA 2013: An Eclectic Mixture At Adult Book Buzz Panel
BEA 2013: EFA’s Outreach
Above the Treeline Branches Out
Michigan Writers Series Takes to the Road
International Business Group Names Raccah Entrepreneurial Champion
Sourcebooks Partners with Discovery Communications on HowStuffWorks
GLIBA Announces Annual Award
A Funny Little Story from Sourcebooks
As One Bookstore Closes, Another Opens
Book House Launches Fundraising Campaign
New Children's Imprints from powerHouse and Akashic
BEA 2013: 'PW' Rep of the Year: Bruce Joshua Miller
Writing What She Knows: Jeannette Walls
New Imprint to Reissue Forgotten YA Literature
Reinvention & Resilience at Wi8 & CAMEX
For Children's Booksellers, Winter Institute Was a Blast – in More Ways Than One
Q & A with Lauren DeStefano
Duluth Children's Authors Celebrate Books with Beer
Indiana's Mudsock Books & Curiosity Closing
Building Momentum for Little Free Libraries
American Girl Expands Bestselling Advice Book
Capstone to Publish Picture Books for the Trade
Aaron Frisch, Editor and Author, Dies at 37
War & Peace: Ru Freeman
Serendipitous Discovery Leads to Timely Reissue at Albert Whitman
Capstone Moves into Professional Development
A New Emphasis on Children's Books for Scarletta
Controversy Follows Manic D's First Children's Book
Children's Booksellers Off to a Strong Start for Holiday Selling Season
Graywolf Press in ‘New Era’
A Lot of Living: Kent Haruf
A Hollywood Director's Children's Book Debut
YA Bookstore Opens Within General Bookstore in St. Paul
Self-Publishing Rules the EBM at Indies
An Energized Heartland Forum
Children's Booksellers Throng the Twin Cities for Heartland Fall Forum
Mizzou Backs Down: Clair Willcox Reinstated as Editor-in-Chief
DiCamillo Dishes at Bookseller Meetup in Minneapolis
MPIBA To Launch Mentor Program
A Rocky Mountain High for Kids' Books in Denver
Two Dollar Radio Starts Nonfiction Journal
Rhinemaiden: Mary Sharratt
SEAL Book, New Rowling Could Signal a Strong Fall
Two Adult Houses Launch YA Imprints
The Changing World of World Book
Univ. of Minnesota Press Moves into YA Fiction
War Is Hell: PW Talks with John Boyne
Spills the Beans: PW Talks with Crissa-Jean Chappell
BEA 2012: Tristan Scores a 10
BEA 2012: At the Children's Breakfast, Dreams and Responsibility
BEA 2012: Neil Young and Patti Smith Perform for Booksellers
BEA 2012: No Sleep for Akashic
BEA 2012: Parenting Goes High-Tech
A Mutual Admiration Society: PW Talks to Allegra Kent and Emily Arnold McCully
Here Comes the Judge: PW Talks to Judge Lynn Toler
BEA 2012: A Successful Orbit Around BEA
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