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  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism

    The author’s process is the keynote here. The season’s books discuss writing tools such as dream diaries, reading lists, and the painstaking process of revision, as well as distractions, ranging from noisy neighbors to political exile.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Lifestyle

    Come fall, lifestyle authors are looking abroad, most often to trendy Scandinavia, but also to blue zones and longevity villages across the globe. Those sticking closer to home extol childhood resilience, “bad” food, and even boredom.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: All Our Coverage

    Welcome to our big fall preview, a mix of books, from major ones, to small but mighty ones, to a few dark horses we think have great potential.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: History

    True stories of crime and murder dominate the season’s top history books.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Cooking & Food

    There’s an eclectic and timely collection of cookbooks this fall—intriguing books that focus on world hunger, the Middle East, Russia, and fueling resistance groups.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels

    Nonfiction and memoirs dominate the season’s graphic works, with stories covering various places and cultures—from New York City to Iraq. The fiction in our list shines a spotlight on surviving this complicated thing called life.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Business & Economics

    This fall’s business and economics titles include a number of books that examine how individuals, governments, and corporations should prepare for the future.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography

    Art books go meta this season with more than a few big titles on artists who make, read, or collect books.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Science

    This fall’s science books strive to understand the imperiled world humans have made and the precarious future we are in the process of making.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: SF, Fantasy & Horror

    Authors change genres, characters travel through time and between worlds, and readers will find elements of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and the comedic and surreal all mixed together in these boundary-busting works.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Romance & Erotica

    The American West and Midwest continue to be popular settings for contemporary and historical romance novels. Some exciting Regency and Georgian romances are also on the horizon.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Politics & Current Events

    From the left and right, this fall’s politics books look at the challenges facing our democracy, including race relations, technology, free speech, journalism, our frayed civic discourse, and what the Trump presidency portends.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Poetry

    The poetry oracle offered us a vision in which the all-knowing spirits advised us to save our money for early September and make room on our poetry shelves, because clearly we’re going to need it.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers

    Major authors deliver a number of highly anticipated books this season, while talented newcomers demonstrate the enduring strength of the mystery/thriller genre with impressive first novels.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Memoirs & Biographies

    It’s the 100-year anniversary of the Russian Revolution, and we are seeing several books on the Soviet leaders.

  • Fall 2017 Announcements: Literary Fiction

    A dystopian novel, a magical prequel, historical novels, and a story collection: this fall’s literary fiction has enough prizewinners and bestsellers for everyone.

  • Keeping the Spark Alive: Romance Books 2017

    How publishers stay plugged in to romance readers’ desires.

  • Select Books with LGBTQ Themes for 2017

    Forthcoming titles include John Boyne’s latest, Armistead Maupin’s long-awaited memoir, and an alternate history YA novel by Julie Mahew.

  • Women in the Workplace: Business Books 2017

    Conversations around a woman’s role in the workplace, and in society at large, are as spirited as ever.

  • An Entrepreneur’s Calling Card: Business Books 2017

    Three new books on our Hardcover Nonfiction list each hark back to earlier eras of U.S. politics. Plus ‘A Dog’s Way Home’ keeps W. Bruce Cameron’s franchise wagging along, and retired Cubs catcher David Ross hits one more home run.

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