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  • Surf’s Up: Travel Books 2018

    Print-digital dynamics remain a hot topic in the guidebook sector.

  • Leaders of the Pack: Travel Books 2018

    Three brands that started as scrappy backpacker guides—Lonely Planet, Moon, and Rick Steves—are all grown up and clustered at the top of the guidebook heap.

  • Meet the Parents: Parenting Books 2018

    Forthcoming titles address childrearing in all its imperfect glory.

  • Modern Family: Parenting Books 2018

    Contemporary parenting challenges, new books suggest, may be best met by a return to old-fashioned virtues.

  • Select Spanish-Language Titles: December 2017

    A listing of select Spanish-language books that are being published in December.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: History

    With the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in April, a host of this season’s lead titles grapple with America’s long history of injustice in the South.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism

    To no one’s surprise, many of this season’s titles are up-to-the-minute in their concerns, but others take a break from the headlines to look backward at the authors’ bodies of work or personal histories.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Cooking & Food

    This spring in cookbooks, vegetarian and vegan recipe collections continue their popularity streak, the hot regions are the American South and the Middle East, and a major theme is how immigrants have influenced American cuisine.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels

    An eagerly awaited collection of an indie standout and a print edition of a notoriously complicated webcomic are among the highlights of this spring’s graphic novels.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Business & Economics

    How women can advance their careers and how people and companies can succeed in the digital economy are the subjects of several of the spring’s most important business books.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography

    Photo essays, exhibit catalogues, monographs, and more feature among this season’s art books.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Literary Fiction

    This spring’s fiction includes works by prize winners and debut novelists set in such locations as the Alaskan wilderness, a women’s correctional facility, and post-WWII London.

  • Spring 2018 Adult Announcements

    Welcome to our spring preview.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Memoirs & Biographies

    Memoirs of recovering—from substance addiction and war—fill this season’s list, as well as books on controversial presidents (Trump and Wilson). Yet there’s always room for memoirs and biographies of famous entertainers.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Lifestyle

    Resilience is an emerging category buzzword, with authors aiming to help readers better weather the turbulence of a stressful world. This spring’s books also discuss women’s health, neuroscience, and hopeful hygge successors.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: SF, Fantasy & Horror

    Renowned authors are launching exciting ventures, including a near-future thriller from Richard K. Morgan, a fantasy spy novel from Hannu Rajaniemi, and epic fantasies from genre legends Nancy Springer and Raymond E. Feist.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Science

    There’s no end to meditations on and investigations of humankind’s big questions. Examinations of the self, human nature, and our place in the universe abound in these notable spring science titles.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Romance & Erotica

    Contemporary romances and erotica are branching out in exciting ways, including choose-your-own-adventure books and some matches between royals and commoners that upend or entirely abandon the familiar Cinderella story.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Politics & Current Events

    The first anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration is coming up, and this spring’s politics books focus on America’s destructive political climate, income inequality, systemic issues within our democracy, and Russia.

  • Spring 2018 Announcements: Poetry

    The ways history, identity, and systematic violence shape the American experience continue to be primary themes in contemporary American poetry.

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