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Maryse Meijer, author of Rag, picks 10 essential scary books by women.
PW remembers internationally acclaimed author-illustrator Tomi Ungerer.
In a North American rights acquisition, Little, Brown nabbed Malcolm Gladwell’s next book, Talking to Strangers.
In a roundup of last month’s best-reviewed self-published titles, we highlight works of science fiction, romance, and fantasy.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese reports on a slew of numbers that portray 2018 as a good year for trade publishing, and on a keynote at PubWest that suggests Amazon is ripe for antitrust action.
The hosts discuss the launch of the Fanatic newsletter and its story on the Black Comix Expo in Brooklyn, and PW reviews editor Meg Lemke highlights three notable graphic novels.
Elizabeth Bluemle shares favorite first lines from new books.
Dave Cullen talks about writing Parkland and the books that informed his approach.