From the Newsletters
Writers to watch: a look at 10 big fall fiction debuts.
Children’s illustrators have mounted the Raising Our Voices campaign to share printable images for activists protesting the separation of families due to immigration policy enforcement.
Author and book designer Joel Friedlander discusses how nonfiction authors can monetize their work by creating training courses.
Heidi MacDonald interviews cartoonists Julie Rocheleau (About Betty’s Boob) and Aurelie Neyret (Cici’s Journal), while Calvin Reid interviews Jody Osicki, community services librarian at the St. John Free Public Library in New Brunswick, Canada, about his Library Journal article “Graphically Speaking,” an in-depth look at graphic novels in libraries.
Historian Paul French discusses his new book, City of Devils: The Two Men Who Ruled the Underworld of Old Shanghai. PW editorial director Jim Milliot highlights bestsellers from the first half of 2018. Also under discussion: some big changes in store for PW Radio.
A bookseller reflects on which topics are and aren’t appropriate for children’s books.