From the Newsletters
Publishers choose their favorite reads of 2015.
We highlight all the self-published titles that received starred reviews in PW this year.
A look back on our most popular stories of 2015.
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The most-read review on publishersweekly.com last week was The Revenant by Michael Punke (Carroll & Graf).
As we wind down toward the holidays, treat yourself to a look at PW’s Tumblr, where you’ll find GIFs, quotations, and links to fun book-world ephemera.
Singing the praises of a backlist picture book, alphabetically.
The More to Come crew recaps the year in comics and graphic novels, from the Charlie Hebdo attacks to the growth of comics conventions and increasing demands for diversity in comics.
PW senior writer Andrew Richard Albanese discusses our Spring Adult Announcements issue, and why a round of amicus briefs filed in support of Apple’s Supreme Court appeal may not make a difference.
Linguist and journalist Gaston Dorren discusses his new book, Lingo: Around Europe in Sixty Languages (Atlantic Monthly), and PW children’s reviews editor John Sellers introduces some exciting recent debuts for kids.