From the Newsletters
Maeve Higgins, author of Maeve in America, picks some of her favorite funny essay collections.
A three-million-copy first printing has been announced for the new Dog Man book from Dav Pilkey.
A prolific author discusses taking control of her career by going indie.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese talks about the superhero on his way to save the publishing industry this fall: Dog Man!
MTC shares a recording of PW’s “Crowdfunding: Ethics and Evolution” panel at San Diego Comic-Com, organized by Heidi MacDonald, which takes a look at successful crowdfunding campaigns as well as the legal issues and complaints sparked by some.
A group of teen poets from Burlington, Vt., known as Muslim Girls Making Change, or MGMC, are making a national name for themselves.
Ilyasah Shabazz, the daughter of Malcolm X, describes how she turned her father’s childhood years into X: A Novel.