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Kelsey Wroten, author of Cannonball, picks 10 essential graphic novels and memoirs about queer women.
PW was on the scene at the fourth annual Kweli Color of Children’s Literature Conference.
As Christian bookseller LifeWay winds down, publishers and retailers are making contingency plans.
Isabel Allende has left Atria and signed with Ballantine for her new novel, A Long Petal of the Sea, due in early 2020.
Self-published romance author Meghan March explains why she makes her characters earn their happy endings.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese looks at the ALA’s recently released list of “most challenged” books.
Calvin Reid and Heidi MacDonald interview artists at the MoCCA Arts Fest, and Meg Lemke reviews new titles.
Author-illustrator Doug Cenko discusses his new picture book, My Mama Is a Mechanic.
Independent Book Publishers Association CEO Angela Bole talks about the state of indie publishing.
A bookstore owner shares the top 10 things customers say in children’s bookstores.