U.S. Book Show 2022: Industry & International PanelsLeaders from all areas of publishing offer insights on several pressing issues, including how publishing is adapting to a late-pandemic world. more...
U.S. Book Show 2022: Libraries Are EssentialA full day of virtual programming highlights the crucial work of libraries and librarians. more...
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The U.S. Book Show ReturnsWelcome, and welcome back! Here’s an overview of this year’s virtual panels and presentations. more...
U.S. Book Show 2022: Featured SpeakersUkrainian author Andrey Kurkov, 'Little Fires Everywhere' novelist Celeste Ng, and Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander are among the adult and children’s authors making special appearances at this year’s show. more...
U.S. Book Show 2022: PW Editors’ Picks PanelsOur reviews editors put together eight virtual panels, each featuring the editors of several big fall titles in a given category or age range. Here, those editors tell us why their books stand out. more...
Registration Opens for PW's 2023 U.S. Book Show
The book publishing trade show produced by Publishers Weekly, now in its third year, will run as a hybrid event May 22-25.
U.S. Book Show: Our 2022 PW Editors' Picks Panels and More
Did you miss the U.S. Book Show last week? Watch the Editors' Picks panels, along with the rest of our programming from the second annual U.S. Book Show, from now until the end of August.
U.S. Book Show: Children’s Authors Discuss New Releases
On the final day of the U.S. Book Show, May 26, author Jon Scieszka sat down with three children’s authors to discuss their upcoming releases: Chloe Gong, Justin A. Reynolds, and Christina Soontornvat.
U.S. Book Show: Keynoter Kwame Alexander on Creating More Empathetic Human Beings
“If you want to create more empathetic human beings, then I believe we’ve got to put books in the hands of children,” said Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander in his keynote address during the U.S. Book Show on Thursday, May 26.
U.S. Book Show: Mo Willems Rides on with Pigeon in Eighth Book
Author-illustrator Mo Willems sat down with Union Square Kids editorial director Tracey Keevan to discuss his epic 20-year-plus journey in children’s books and the release of his eighth Pigeon book, 'The Pigeon Will Ride the Roller Coaster!,' on Thursday, May 26, during the U.S. Book Show.
U.S. Book Show: University Presses Debunk Myths, Reframe Academic Publishing and Bookselling
Three publishing sales and marketing directors, and two indie bookstore insiders, dispelled assumptions about university presses at the U.S. Book Show.
U.S. Book Show: How Stories Shaped Celeste Ng's Life
In a U.S. Book Show keynote conversation, the prize-winning novelist tells 'PW' fiction reviews editor David Varno that in writing, as in parenting, you map your ideas and values through stories.
U.S. Book Show: Black Women, Black Voices
On the second day of the 2022 U.S. Book Show, four boundary-breaking debut memoirists spoke about their books, representation for Black women in media, and more in a panel cosponsored by 'PW' and Amazon Publishing.
U.S. Book Show: John Grisham Finds New 'Sparring Partners'
After 41 consecutive bestsellers and a long-running career filled with acclaim, John Grisham is back with something a little different: a collection of three novellas.
U.S. Book Show: Humor, History, and Hope at Adult Authors Chat
Sisters confront racism with humor, a fantasy novelist delves into short stories, a military history expert salutes the civil rights movement, and a movie star's memoir goes behind the scenes.
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