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  • Tiger Girl
    Petit’s gift for luminous juxtaposition shines: “The night is black as bear fur// its muzzle bleeding after eating honey/ baited with explosives.// How many rupees for the galaxies/ in a gallbladder?”
    10/19/2020
  • Music for the Dead and Resurrected: Poems
    These poems are indeed lyrical death songs, bearing witness to horror and wondering “How could it be that I’m from this Earth,/ yet trees are also from this Earth?”
    10/19/2020
  • Gabriela Garcia's Poetic Multigenerational Debut
    He stresses how “fiercely Garcia brought these women’s lives to bear, emphasizing the theme of force reverberating through generations of women: force as revolution, force as reproduction.”Spence was immediately aware that Garcia is first and foremost a poet and of how that shows in her fiction.
    10/19/2020
  • Rights Report: Week of October 12, 2020
    Publication is slated for fall 2021; Rick Margolis at Rising Bear Literary represented the authors, and Jane Manning represented herself.
    10/15/2020
  • Apple Books Category Bestsellers, October 11, 2020
    Machine by Elizabeth Bear - 9781534403031 - (Gallery Saga Press) 16.
    10/14/2020
  • Hard Times
    What happens inside the house is horrendous, but what happens when Arnold drags his oldest daughter into a swamp, with Lucious and Billy in pursuit and a tornado bearing down on them, is way over the top.
    10/12/2020
  • Gold
    Three bears in yellow scarves leave their yellow Victorian row house to go cycling.
    10/12/2020
  • PW Star Watch 2020: Honorees
    Anaka AllenSubsidiary rights assistantThe moment Allen knew she wanted to be in publishing came when she was interning at Akashic Books.
    10/12/2020
  • Reynard the Fox: Tales from the Life of Reynard the Fox
    The deadpan surrealism of Lauströer’s sophisticated, often violent illustrations—emotive depictions of realistic animals attired in human dress feature a severed chicken head, a bleeding fox body, screaming bears, and a cat in a noose —meld with Raecke’s heightened language, notable for its archaic tones
    10/12/2020
  • Canadian Publishing 2020: Hiring Creators Helps
    Some examples include the Narwhal and Jelly series, a trailblazer in the early graphic novel category; Lucy Crisp and the Vanishing House, a YA novel that includes 40 of author Janet Hill’s original oil paintings; and this month’s The Barnabus Project, an epic 72-page picture book adventure from
    10/12/2020
  • All Fall Down
    The word Arkhangel written on the bill convinces McLean that the key to the case lies in the Russian seaport bearing its name—and where McLean spent his early years.
    10/12/2020
  • HarperCollins Launches I Can Read! Comics
    books were launched in 1957 with Else Holmelund Minarik’s Little Bear, illustrated by Maurice Sendak, in response to a demand for books that early readers could read independently.
    10/08/2020
  • New Kids' and YA Books: Week of October 12, 2020
    When an animated scarecrow delivers a letter naming her sole heir to a powerful family’s ancient estate, 12-year-old orphan and maid Zita Brydgeborn discovers that witches are real—and that she is descended from one of the last great witching families on the continent.A Polar Bear in the Snow b
    10/08/2020
  • Rights Report: Week of October 5, 2020
    This picture book follows Little Bear and his best friend Big Bear, and what happened after a traumatic fire in the woods.
    10/06/2020
  • Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World
    Barents, who was suffering from scurvy and had poisoned himself by eating polar bear liver, died seven days into the return journey.
    10/05/2020

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