PubTech Connect: New Speakers Added, Early-Bird Registration Ends This week
Otis Y. Chandler, cofounder and CEO of Goodreads, and Max Linsky, cofounder of Pineapple Street Media, the podcast company behind Missing Richard Simmons, have joined the lineup at PubTech Connect, the innovative conference presented by PW and the NYU SPS Center for Publishing, where technology and publishing intersect. The conference will be held in New York City on April 20. The discounted early-bird registration rate expires Friday! Visit PubTechConnect.com for more info and tickets.
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Jess Kidd, author of the new mystery Himself, picks 10 of her favorite supernatural mysteries.
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A look at independent Muslim publishing houses and the extra challenges they face to counter cultural misunderstandings.
More on Melba Escobar’s The Beauty House, the Colombian novel that took the London Book Fair by storm.
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PW senior writer Andrew Albanese on why the most recent AAP Statshot sales report showed a significant decline in trade sales.
The More to Come crew discusses comic book shows on Netflix, the surprise bestseller My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, and rumors of a DC/Amazon subscription service.
Literary agent turned author Holly M. McGhee discusses her middle grade novel, Matylda, Bright and Tender, about a fourth grader coping with the death of her best friend.
Take a video tour of Maine’s DDG Booksellers.
Holly Tucker discusses her new book, City of Light, City of Poison. And PW news editor John Maher reports on literary nonprofits in the age of Trump.