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  • Fall 2024 Preview: Manga

    This fall, Korean manwha and Chinese manhua increasingly compete with Japanese manga on bookstore shelves. Readers will also see lots of romance, never-before-translated classics, and edgy titles from small publishers and new imprints.

  • Fall 2024 Preview: Adult Comics & Graphic Novels

    Charles Burns is back—along with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cocreator Kevin Eastman—in an eclectic fall season that features reimagined classics, comics about therapy, and a philosophical investigation into Einstein and Kafka.

  • Fall 2024 Comics & Graphic Novels Preview

    Just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, we’re back with another bursting-at-the-seams comics and graphic novels seasonal preview.

  • Fall 2024 Preview: Politics & Current Events

    America’s rightward drift, reproductive healthcare in a post-Roe world, and players behind the January 6 Capitol attack feature in this fall’s noteworthy titles.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: SF, Fantasy & Horror

    Fall brings a fresh crop of suitably autumnal cozy fantasies and gothic horror alongside some hotly anticipated sequels from TJ Klune, Chloe Gong, and others.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Science

    This season’s crop includes new books from bestseller list mainstays, inquiries into the limits of AI, and explorations of animal communication.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Romance & Erotica

    Christmas romances are a staple of the season, but this fall also brings some love stories appropriate for Halloween, featuring magic, monsters, and even a couple of mortuaries.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Poetry

    Fall’s collections and anthologies turn to history, legacy, and lineage to celebrate poetry’s roots and its essential place in shaping an understanding of the present.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Mysteries & Thrillers

    This season, 50 Cent tries his hand at fiction, big names including Walter Mosley and Karin Slaughter return with fresh cases to crack, and a new class of crime writers comes into its own with a diverse slate of sophomore novels.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Memoirs & Biographies

    Fall brings form-breaking memoirs from seasoned novelists, context-shifting biographies of Audre Lorde and MLK, and autobiographies by the likes of Al Pacino and Josh Brolin.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Literary Fiction

    Among this fall’s noteworthy titles are novels by Rachel Kushner, Richard Price, and Elizabeth Strout about people grasping for a sense of community in a changing world.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Lifestyle

    Fall’s offerings reimagine parenting styles, navigate the challenges of the American healthcare system, and advise on forging connections at a time of increasing isolation.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: History

    Fall books focus on Black activism, Indigenous resistance, the Iranian hostage crisis, professors who became spies, and race and the Supreme Court.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Cooking & Food

    This season, celebrities venture into the kitchen, baked goods get their due, and the rich and varied flavors of the South shine.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Business & Economics

    The misdeeds of the über-wealthy, the histories of famous brands, strategies for avoiding burnout, and the nuts and bolts of starting a new business are among the topics covered in this season’s offerings.

  • Fall 2024 Adult Preview: Art, Architecture & Photography

    This season’s notable titles document pop culture innovations, take the measure of towering architects including I.M. Pei, and bring a fresh eye to canonical figures like Albrecht Dürer.

  • Adult Books for Fall 2024

    Our editors highlight 703 forthcoming titles and pick their top 10 books in 13 categories.

  • 5 Books for Fostering Friendships with Faith

    New books explore the connection between belonging, forming and strengthening bonds, and spirituality.

  • 7 Religion Books for Battling Burnout

    Religion publishers are offering faith-based teachings and practices aimed at quelling fatigue, hopelessness, and isolation—the symptoms of burnout—in new titles for women.

  • Religion Publishers Look to the Past to Find Their Way Forward

    Women from biblical history can provide spiritual blueprints for modern readers, as seen in a host of new books from religion publishers.

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