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10 essential African novels, picked by five African authors who have excellent new books coming out this spring.
Announcing the first three books to be published by Rick Riordan Presents, Riordan’s new imprint at Disney Hyperion.
How the Trump presidency is (and isn’t) affecting acquisition and publishing strategies at Christian publishing houses.
The cheeky anatomy book titillating European publishers, and other titles doing brisk business abroad.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese discusses last week’s BISG Making Information Pay event and what may lie ahead for industry sales, which one speaker suggested have stabilized.
Recapping the Diamond Retailer Summit at the C2E2 pop culture convention in Chicago and new initiatives from Marvel and DC, plus a look at the graphic novel adaptation of Marie Kondo’s wildly popular bestseller, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
What makes a great book cover for a children’s book? One bookseller weighs in.
Kim Phillips-Fein discusses her new book, Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics. PW’s v-p of business development, Carl Pritzkat, recaps the PubTech Connect conference.