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  • 10 Books That Explain Russia Today
    Political parties and the executive and legislative branches of power have become instruments of a group of KGB’ers, agents who have become the true masters of the country.3.
    02/19/2016
  • Steve Wasserman To Head Heyday Books
    Steve Wasserman, whose publishing career included stints as an agent and editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times Book Review, has been named publisher and executive director of Heyday Books.
    02/19/2016
  • PW Inks Historic Pact Marking New Era in Cuban Publishing
    It allowed 40 American publishers to exhibit at the Havana Book Fair and for a handful of U.S. industry members--publishers, authors, literary agents and distributors--to attend the Havana Book Fair and educational sessions on the Cuban publishing industry.The pact also commits PW, Combined
    02/16/2016
  • The Last Griffin & Sabine Book is Publishing in March
    After his agent approached Chronicle about the new book, the publisher asked him if it could get it done by October 2015 to release it to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the first book.
    02/15/2016
  • Three Ways Publishers and Libraries Can Work Better Together
    At conference after conference, keynote speakers argue that public libraries should be community centers, agents of innovation, knowledge creators, and makerspaces.
    02/15/2016
  • Book Deals: Week of February 15, 2015
    Lauren Wein at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt brokered the agreement with agent Michelle Tessler.
    02/15/2016
  • Staff Pick: 'Borderline' by Mishell Baker
    And Millie’s coping mechanisms for the symptoms of BPD are just as effective (which is to say, mostly but not completely) for helping her deal with the charming evasions of a famous director, the mystery of a missing fey lord, and the predations of a literally vampiric agent.
    02/12/2016
  • Harper Rolls Out New Margaret Wise Brown Line
    He brought his own experience to this classic story, making it all the more powerful and relevant to this generation of readers.”New Challenges, Eagerly FacedThough he hadn’t read Brown’s books as a child and wasn’t familiar with them as an adult, Robinson said he was immediately drawn to The Dead
    02/11/2016
  • Naples Tapped to Head Disney; Gonzales to Succeed Naples at Rodale
    Naples was most recently senior v-p and publisher at Rodale, and she will be succeeded there by Gail Gonzales, who is being promoted from within, having been v-p and associate publisher at the house.In her new role, Disney said, Naples will oversee the U.S-based book unit of DPW,
    02/11/2016
  • 2015 Profits Rose 12.9% at Simon & Schuster
    Other titles that S&S expects to sell in large numbers next year include Shoe Dog by Phil Knight; Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave; Zero K by Don DeLillo; and Foreign Agent by Brad Thor.
    02/11/2016
  • Lucky Charms: Wade Rouse
    Quoting his agent, Wendy Sherman, Rouse jokes that writing a novel is “almost like wrestling a bear to the ground.”Writing in the voices of three women, he says, was surprisingly easy for him, confessing that while Lolly was based upon his grandmothers, Arden’s character was inspired by
    02/09/2016
  • International Hot Book Properties, Week of February 8, 2016
    Written by Jorge Fernandez Diaz, the novel follows Remil, a former soldier who now works as a secret government agent and is assigned to be the bodyguard for the lover of a Spanish narco.
    02/09/2016
  • Trying To Find a Literary Agent is the Worst Thing Ever
    How can you get an agent if you keep scaring them like that?
    02/08/2016
  • New Audiobooks for Spring 2016
    Audio publishers have begun to roll out the season’s new titles, and the breadth of choices for listeners continues to impress.
    02/08/2016
  • Edinburgh in 2034: PW Talks with Paul Johnston
    Then my agent suggested I write something I enjoyed reading, and I started planning a detective novel set in my native city of Edinburgh, but I just couldn’t get it to come together.
    02/08/2016

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