Last week’s Top Reviews
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Lillian Li, author of Number One Chinese Restaurant and a bookseller at Ann Arbor’s Literati bookstore, on indie bookstores, authors, and how important they are for each other.
Artemis Fowl author Eoin Colfer teams up with coauthor Andrew Donkin and illustrator Giovanni Rigano for Illegal, a graphic novel about undocumented immigrants.
Scott Brick speaks about the rise of indie audiobooks.
In this show from the archives, we interview powerhouse comics creator Gilbert Hernandez.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese looks at how Tor’s changes to the way it sells e-books to U.S. libraries has sparked outrage among librarians.
From San Diego Comic-Con, Calvin Reid interviews Max Allan Collins about adapting Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer into a graphic novel and talks with Gary Thompson, lead editor of Dead Reckoning, the new graphic novel imprint of Naval Institute Press; and Heidi MacDonald interviews Mad magazine’s Bill Morrison about turning the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine into a graphic novel.