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  • Every Day is Magic: Ada Limón

    In her 2015 collection, Bright Dead Things, a National Book Award finalist for poetry, Ada Limón writes of moving to Kentucky: “Confession: I did not want to live here.” It’s perhaps not a surprising sentiment coming from a coastally oriented person who was raised in Northern California, attended college in Seattle, and then spent over a decade in New York City.

  • Writers to Watch Fall 2018: Anticipated Debuts

    This fall’s collection of promising debuts features problem children, supernatural freedom fighters, captive mermaids, mad scientists, righteous vigilantes, and, last but not least, a narrating dog.

  • Ottessa Moshfegh's New Protagonist Snoozes Her Life Away

    The privileged unnamed narrator of Moshfegh’s new novel, 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation,' decides to sleep through life.

  • Spotlight on Mike Jenne

    In his breakneck trilogy of techno-thrillers, Jenne, a retired Special Forces officer, imagines the plausible could-have-been catastrophes of the Cold War. (Sponsored)

  • Jonathan Santlofer Is a Man Thinking Magically

    Santlofer’s memoir, 'The Widower’s Notebook,' tells his story of loss and recovery with honesty and humor.

  • What Would Beyoncé Do? Michael Arceneaux's Asking.

    The author's debut essay collection, 'I Can’t Date Jesus,' tells the story of his tumultuous early life and his quest for identity.

  • Crime Fiction That Reads Like True Crime: Spotlight on Bernard Schaffer

    A veteran police officer and a lifelong writer, Schaffer has infused this thriller with his real-life experiences of killers' cruelty. (Sponsored)

  • Maria Dahvana Headley Finds the Monsters and Heroes In Suburban Life

    In her latest novel, 'The Mere Wife,' Dahvana Headley turns 'Beowulf' on its ear.

  • Kensington Embraces Innovation in Partnership with Marie Force

    Force has sold millions of books through traditional and indie channels; with Kensington on board, she'll grow her audience further with new print formats, beloved ongoing series, and a foray into a new romance genre. (Sponsored)

  • A.M. Homes Knows: If You See Something, Write It

    The writer's first short story collection in 28 years, 'The Days of Awe,' showcases her sharp dialogue, her humor, and her keen visual sense.

  • Allison Pearson's Double Whammy

    In 'How Hard Can It Be?,' Pearson returns to Kate Reddy, the heroine of her debut, who is pushing 50 and facing a whole new set of problems.

  • Spotlight on Tom Baker

    A series of novels follows a gay man's journey from dancing and theater to the military and Madison Avenue in the 1960s and '70s. (Sponsored)

  • Transatlantic Love Story

    In Autumn in Venice, Andrea di Robilant returns to his Venetian roots to uncover a love affair between Ernest Hemingway and his young muse.

  • Spotlight on Stuart Turton

    Journalist Turton's fiction debut melds time travel and body swapping into an Agatha Christie–style whodunit. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Ketch Secor and Higgins Bond

    Words and pictures harmonize perfectly in this debut picture book from Secor, founder of the Old Crow Medicine Show string band, illustrated by Bond. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Lisa Romeo

    Romeo delves into grief and finds a surprising path to healing in this memoir that will leave readers pondering new ideas about how to live with loss. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Jennifer L. Rohn

    Rohn, who coined the term "lab lit," turns the scientific laboratory into a mystery-rich, fictional setting. (Sponsored)

  • Anne Leigh Parrish: The Redemption of the Road

    The Amendment, a powerful road novel, explores the pain of a spouse's sudden death and the unexpected freedom that follows. (Sponsored)

  • Spotlight on Susanna Kearsley

    Kearsley's 13th novel, a work of historical fiction inspired by family history, takes readers back to colonial Long Island and the French and Indian War. (Sponsored)

  • BookCon and BookExpo Preview Spotlight on Hot New Books 2018

    PW talks with a handful of amazing authors about their upcoming books. (Sponsored)

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