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Cristina Rivera Garza, author of The Iliac Crest, highlights 12 essential women writers from the Spanish-speaking world.
Don’t miss our photo essay on the inauguration of Jacqueline Woodson as the sixth National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.
We take a look at five Hollywood adaptations of religion books slated to hit the big screen in 2018.
Among the titles racking up sales abroad: a French lifestyle guide/coffee table book, and thrillers from Spain and Sweden.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese recaps the latest on Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury, including the president’s pledge to review the nation’s libel laws and what the book’s rocky rollout reveals about the state of the library e-book market.
The More to Come crew discusses recent poor comics sales, accusations of sexual harrassment lodged against Marvel icon Stan Lee and suspicions of elder abuse and exploitation of him, and the enormous level of anticipation for the forthcoming Black Panther movie.
Sarah Vaughan discusses her new novel, Anatomy of a Scandal.
A bookseller celebrates the never-ending chores that pile up in a bookstore as it recovers from the madness of the holidays.