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Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, author of A Kind of Freedom, writes about her long, winding path to publishing her debut novel.
Candlewick Press is starting a new line of books named after Walker Books, its U.K. sister company.
Indie author Mark Manson reflects on his success.
Books about mountain climbing have been scaling the heights.
Authors are exploring how to be single in the church.
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PW senior writer Andrew Albanese takes a look back at the AAP’s recently finalized 2016 industry statistics, and offers his take on what publishers are facing in 2017, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Heidi MacDonald and Kate Fitzsimons discuss Netflix and Millarworld, Milestone’s legal woes, and what the rise of digital manga means for periodical sales in the U.S.
Author Natasha Pulley discusses her new book, The Bedlam Stacks. And PW senior religion editor Lynn Garrett explores trends in the mind-body-spirit category.
Large bookstores need creative shelving strategies.