Last Week’s Top Reviews
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Alastair Bonnett, author of Beyond the Map: Unruly Enclaves, Ghostly Places, Emerging Lands and Our Search for New Utopias, on 10 weird places around the world you’ve never heard of.
Sky Pony Press laid off all four of its full-time children’s editors, amid a larger reorganization at Skyhorse Publishing.
Smashwords CEO Mark Coker explores how passionate readers can make books go viral.
Among the books generating buzz at last week’s London Book Fair were a nonfiction title about the modern-day investigation into who betrayed Anne Frank and her family.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese reports from the floor of a busy London Book Fair.
Calvin Reid talks with Ellen Lindner, creator of The Cranklet’s Chronicle: A Zine About Women and Baseball, and—in a separate interview done at the MoCCA Art Fest—Haan Lee, David Iseri, and Paul Lau, members of the comics artist collective Pie Club.
Erin Wathen discusses her new book, Resist and Persist: Faith and the Fight for Equality. And PW editorial director Jim Milliot introduces some fast-growing independent publishers.
One bookseller’s take on the difference between a novel’s hardcover and paperback jacket art.