From the Newsletters
Sara Batkie, author of Better Times, picks 10 under-the-radar collections by women.
Scholastic has launched a new line, Acorn, aimed at ages four to seven.
Last week’s hot properties included a novel about Venezuela that sold to a new HarperCollins imprint and a Finnish parody of adult coloring books.
As selected by PW reviewers, 66 books from six genres advanced to the quarterfinal round of the 2018 BookLife Prize.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese looks at how the digital landscape is changing in Europe and the U.S. ahead of this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair.
The MTC crew previews the upcoming New York Comic Con. Plus, there’s a new episode of Star Gazing with PW graphic novel reviews editor Meg Lemke.
Dan Koboldt talks about editing the collection Putting Science in Fiction.
Jonathan Auxier tells listeners about his new middle grade historical fantasy, Sweep.
Harry Potter debuted in the U.S. 20 years ago. We talk with Arthur A. Levine about acquiring the series, with Rachel Coun about introducing it to American readers, and with PW’s Jim Milliot about its impact on the industry.