Recently Posted:
  • Q & A with Stacey Lee

    Following the conclusion of her middle grade fantasy duology, the Winston Chu books, Stacey Lee returns to her historical YA roots with murder mystery novel 'Kill Her Twice,' which takes place in 1932 Chinatown Los Angeles.

  • Q & A with Pan Cooke

    Best known for his social justice comics, Irish cartoonist Pan Cooke makes his middle grade debut with graphic novel memoir 'Puzzled.'

  • Earth Day 2024: Q&As with Children's Authors Centering Environmental Conservation

    In celebration of Earth Day, three authors shared the value of protecting nature, spotlighting environmental activists, and inspiring young readers to take action.

  • Four Questions for Ann Zhao

    We spoke with Ann Zhao, author of the YA debut 'Dear Wendy,' about the beauty of queerplatonic relationships, and the importance of cherishing community.

  • Beyond the Book: Carina Maggar's 'Countless Sleepless Nights'

    Copywriter and graphic designer Carina Maggar, whose second book, Countless Sleepless Nights: A Collection of Coming-Out Stories (Laurence King Publishing), releases in March, spoke with PW about the endless nature of her own coming-out, why it was paramount that her book include stories from people from around the globe, and the importance of her subjects’ anonymity. (Sponsored)

  • Communication Breakdown: PW Talks with John Vercher

    In Vercher’s 'Devil Is Fine' (Celadon. June), a Black writer examines his complex relationship with his late son while struggling to publish his second novel on his own terms.

  • This Must Be the Place: PW Talks with Daniel Saldaña París

    For the essays in 'Planes Flying over a Monster' (Catapult, Aug.), Daniel Saldaña París travels from Montreal to Mexico City to explore how place shapes the self.

  • Q & A with George Takei

    Actor, activist, and author George Takei spoke with PW about 'My Lost Freedom,' a picture book autobiography about his family's detention.

  • The Belly of the Beast: PW Talks with Alejandro Nodarse

    In Nodarse’s debut, 'Blood in the Cut' (Flatiron, June), ex-con Iggy Guerra struggles to save his family butcher shop in Miami’s Little Havana.

  • The Other Global Pandemic: PW Talks with Layal Liverpool

    In 'Systemic' (Astra, June), Berlin-based journalist Liverpool surveys how racism harms the health of people of color across the world.

Looking for more stories? Browse Archive

Stay ahead with
Tip Sheet!
Free newsletter: the hottest new books, features and more
Email Address


Log In Forgot Password

Premium online access is only available to PW subscribers. If you have an active subscription and need to set up or change your password, please click here.

New to PW? To set up immediate access, click here.

NOTE: If you had a previous PW subscription, click here to reactivate your immediate access. PW site license members have access to PW’s subscriber-only website content. If working at an office location and you are not "logged in", simply close and relaunch your preferred browser. For off-site access, click here. To find out more about PW’s site license subscription options, please email Mike Popalardo at:

To subscribe: click here.