From the Newsletters
Idra Novey, author of Those Who Knew, discusses writing a novel that addresses the long shadow of the patriarchy in America.
PW spent a day with Jeff Kinney on the bus tour for The Meltdown, book 13 in his wildly popular Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.
Six books—five novels and a memoir—have been named finalists for the 2018 BookLife Prize.
In a world English rights acquisition, Simon & Schuster’s Julia Haubner bought Michaela Carter’s The Degenerates from Richard Abate at 3 Arts Entertainment.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese previews this year’s annual PW salary survey and reacts to the news that British chain WHSmith tried to buy Barnes & Noble earlier this year.
Calvin Reid, Heidi MacDonald, and Kate Fitzsimons discuss Dark Horse’s new Chinese investor and the investment money flowing into comics publishing, continuing corporate turmoil over the Batman Damned debacle, Grant Morrison’s Green Lantern, Disney’s streaming network, and PW’s Best Graphic Novels of 2018.
A bookseller discusses how a local predawn event gave him ideas about what might prove his holiday bestsellers.
Marking a publishing year dominated by Trump books, PW senior correspondent Claire Kirch visits the show to talk about how the current political climate has affected book sales.