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From the Newsletters
Barbara Browning, author of The Gift, dives into the weird world of book blurbing.
Khizr Khan, the Gold Star father who gave a stirring speech at last year’s Democratic Convention, has written a middle grade nonfiction book about the Constitution.
The Christian fiction market, after some rough times, looks to be on the rise again thanks to a boom in the low-cost mass market format.
The scoop on the inaugural New York Rights Fair, set for May 30–June 1, 2018.
What recent changes to Amazon’s buy button mean for self-published authors.
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The More to Come crew recap a recent visit to an animation studio in Havana, note the relocation of Toronto’s the Beguiling comics shop, and preview the forthcoming Hot Graphic Novels panel to be held at BookExpo.
Leslie Buck discusses her memoir, Cutting Back, and PW senior writer Andrew Albanese offers some perspective on proposed cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
A day in the life of an independent bookseller, told entirely through the phone calls received.