From the Newsletters
Cara Robertson, author of The Trial of Lizzie Borden, outlines one of America’s most notorious crimes.
Marjorie Weinman Sharmat, creator of the Nate the Great series, died on March 12 at 90.
Europa Editions has acquired North American rights to three novels by Mieko Kawakami.
Great opening lines from recent BookLife authors include, “He needed to get a human body.”
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese reacts to the news that ABA executive director Oren Teicher will retire at the end of the year and reflects on the remarkable decade that Teicher led booksellers through.
Returning to Emerald City Comic Con, Heidi MacDonald interviews Alison Sampson (Hit-Girl), Anne Bean (Emerald Comics Distro), and David F. Walker (Solid Comix).
Hafsah Faizal speaks about her debut YA fantasy, We Hunt the Flame, which draws inspiration from ancient Arabian culture.
A children’s bookseller advocates for giving children the time and space to read, away from digital distractions.
Peter Cannon previews upcoming mysteries, thrillers, and true crime books.