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  • 2022 U.S. Book Show Dates Announced

    Following a successful inaugural U.S. Book Show, Publishers Weekly will hold a second event next year, with the show currently planned for May 24-26, 2022.

  • U.S. Book Show: Watch All Our 'PW' Editors' Picks Panels

    Did you miss the Editors' Picks panels at the U.S. Book Show? Don't worry. You can check them all out here.

  • U.S. Book Show: 'PW' Editors' Picks, Young Adult

    The last PW Editors’ Picks panel, which closed out the U.S. Book Show on May 27, featured eight editors spotlighting big YA titles coming out this fall, and was moderated by 'PW' reviewer Sanina Clark.

  • U.S. Book Show: 'PW' Editors' Picks, Middle Grade

    Anticipated fall middle grade was the focus of this Editors' Picks panel, starring eight editors and moderated by PW reviewer Gnesis Villar.

  • U.S. Book Show: 'PW' Editors' Picks, Picture Books

    Kicking off the day of children’s editors' picks was a conversation between eight editors on forthcoming picture books moderated by 'PW' senior children’s reviews editor Amanda Bruns.

  • U.S. Book Show: Elizabeth Warren Urges Girls to Persist

    During Thursday morning's U.S. Book Show keynote, Senator Elizabeth Warren told her editor, Laura Godwin, that girls can and should defy gender expectations—just as she has done in her own life by running for office.

  • U.S. Book Show: PW Editors' Picks, Current Affairs

    Books on current affairs were in the spotlight when 'PW' reviews editor David Adams sat down with the editors of eight important fall titles.

  • U.S. Book Show: PW Editors' Picks, Literary Fiction

    Sally Rooney, Lauren Groff, and Atticus Lish were among the authors whose upcoming works of literary fiction were highlighted during this Editors' Picks panel hosted by 'PW' reviews editor David Varno.

  • U.S. Book Show: Making Publishing More Inclusive Demands Leadership

    On the anniversary of the death of George Floyd, a panel at the U.S. Book Show discussed the challenges of and best practices for establishing a more inclusive publishing industry. It starts at the top, with a leadership that is willing to embrace the process of change.

  • U.S. Book Show: Stevie Van Zandt’s Life in the Religion of Rock ‘n’ Roll

    The renaissance man and author of the forthcoming memoir 'Unrequited Infatuations' shared his reflections on how the religion of rock ‘n roll shaped a decades-long career as a producer, solo artist, member of the E Street Band, activist, and actor on TV shows including 'The Sopranos.'

  • U.S. Book Show: Anthony Doerr Builds Worlds

    The author of the upcoming novel ‘Cloud Cuckoo Land’ rejoices in libraries, research, and books that transport readers to other lives and times.

  • U.S. Book Show: 'PW' Editors' Picks, Biographies & Memoirs

    'PW' reviews editor Carliann Rittman hosted eight editors in a conversation centering powerful biographies and memoirs set to be published this fall.

  • U.S. Book Show: 'PW' Editors' Picks, Mysteries & Thrillers

    Forthcoming mysteries and thrillers took center stage in this U.S. Book Show discussion featuring six editors and moderated by 'PW' senior reviews editor Peter Cannon.

  • U.S. Book Show: Ijeoma Oluo Wants to Talk About Revolution

    In a keynote Q&A with HarperOne executive editor Rakesh Satyal, Ijeoma Oluo advocated for ordinary people dismantling racism at the grassroots level and spoke about her forthcoming book, 'Be a Revolution.'

  • U.S. Book Show: Inside Ingram, a Quiet Force in Trade Publishing

    On the opening day of the U.S. Book Show, Ingram Content Group chairman John Ingram and author Keel Hunt sat down with 'PW' editorial director Jim Milliot, giving publishing professionals a rare glimpse of the inner workings of the distributor, printer, and wholesaler.

  • U.S. Book Show: Indie Bookselling in the Digital Age

    A panel of executives from,, and IndieCommerce discussed ways in which booksellers could use their platforms to take full advantage of the shifts in consumer behavior since the pandemic began.

  • U.S. Book Show: Keanu Reeves Comes for Comics

    Keanu Reeves discusses his comic book debut, 'BRZRKR,' with his collaborators, writer Matt Kindt and illustrator Ron Garney. The series tells the epic tale of B., a demigod with a curse for violence.

  • U.S. Book Show: Is Literary IP as Valuable in a Post-Pandemic Hollywood?

    Production companies remain eager to acquire new material, U.S. Book Show panelists discussing literary IP agreed—although how the relationship between theaters and streaming services plays out, they added, is far from decided.

  • U.S. Book Show: Publishers Fight Pandemic Blues with the Backlist

    Backlist titles have been a key driver of sales for trade book publishers over the last 12 months. At a U.S. Book Show panel, representatives from four major houses discussed strategies on how to continue to build a publisher’s backlist revenue.

  • U.S. Book Show: 'PW' Editors' Picks, Comics & Graphic Novels

    The first Editors' Picks panel at the U.S. Book Show was held the afternoon of May 25, with 'PW' reviews editor Meg Lemke hosting eight book editors to discuss upcoming comics and graphic novel titles for both children and adults.

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