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  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Literary Fiction

    Spring’s fiction features prize winners, bestsellers, and debuts and includes such settings as an alternate 1980s London, a Mennonite community, and a remote Russian peninsula.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism

    Familiar and much-admired voices will share shelf space this season with introductions to less familiar authors, along with considerations of the sometimes-fraught subject of literary friendship and the first-ever “biography” of one of the 20th century’s most important books.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels

    Talented newcomers Ezra Claytan Daniels, Ebony Flowers, Ben Passmore, and Kelsey Wroten offer imaginative graphic novels this spring, and veteran cartoonists Brian Fies, Jaime Hernandez, and James Sturm return with new works.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Cooking & Food

    On this season’s list are cookbooks for followers of popular diet plans—flexitarian, low carb, and vegan. Ethnic highlights include Palestinian and Ethiopian food, as well as Indian for the Instant Pot.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Politics & Current Events

    The coming season will bring reflections on political philosophy from some big names, more dissections of political polarization, accounts of immigration, books on Native American issues, and arguments for criminal justice reform.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Poetry

    As marginalized communities whose lives have been deeply affected by battles over physical borders stake out more prominent positions in U.S. poetry, examining these borders has become a central concern.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers

    Alex Michaelides’s debut, a psychological thriller, is one of the season’s hottest titles, and veterans such as James Ellroy, Yrsa Sigurdardottir, and Don Winslow also deliver big books.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: SF, Fantasy & Horror

    As speculative literature returns to its roots with big, bombastic space operas and fantasy epics, it brings those subgenres into the 21st century with complex story structures and frank examinations of gender, race, politics, and power.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Science

    Spring titles pay tribute to the legacies of departed trailblazers and bring news of the ever-expanding human understanding of the greater universe, the laws of physics, and human consciousness itself.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Romance & Erotica

    Romance authors reach into less-traveled historical settings and explore the possibilities of cross-cultural romances in the past and present.

  • Spring 2019 Adult Announcements

    Here it is, our spring preview. We’ve once again read the tea leaves of the upcoming season to pick promising titles in 15 categories and provide you with what we think is a sharp mix of works by big-name authors, auspicious debuts, buzzy indie books, and some that just have the X factor.

  • Fire Starters: Personal Finance Books 2019

    Whoever said “don’t quit your day job” might feel differently after reading these books.

  • Capital Control: Personal Finance Books 2019

    New books focus on paths to personal richness rather than material riches.

  • Notable African-American Titles: Fall 2018/Spring 2019

    A selective listing of notable new and forthcoming titles of African-American interest.

  • African-American Interest Adult Titles, 2018-2019

    The following is a list of African-American interest books for adult readers; compiled from publisher responses to our September Call for Information, these titles are publishing between September 2018 and March 2019.

  • Noteworthy Debuts: Mysteries & Thrillers 2018–2019

    Rookie authors disclose the motives and methods behind their crime novels.

  • False Pretenses: Mysteries & Thrillers 2018–2019

    Psychologically twisted fiction is, by its nature, full of deception. These books dress the classic setup in new disguises.

  • Childhood’s End: Mysteries & Thrillers 2018–2019

    These novels seek to answer questions tied to characters’ pasts in order to illuminate their presents.

  • Believe the Women: Mysteries & Thrillers 2018–2019

    New books take inspiration from issues raised by and relevant to the #MeToo movement.

  • Book ’Em: True Crime 2018–2019

    Listen up: these popular podcasts are linked to forthcoming true crime titles.

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