- PW Online and On-Air: Week of May 7, 2018
Last Week’s Top ReviewsThe most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were...Adjustment DayThe Beach HouseThe Female PersuasionThe Perfect MotherA Simple FavorFrom the NewslettersTip SheetVictoria Nelson, editor of Robert Aickman’s story collection Compulsory Games, picks the 10 scariest horror stories.Children’s
- In Brief: July 1, 2021
Cover-ing More of ColoradoColorado-based Tattered Cover, one of the largest indie bookstore chains in the U.S., recently opened its fifth outlet, Tattered Cover Kids—its first children’s-focused concept—inside Stanley Marketplace in Aurora, Colo.
- The Forever Clinch
As times goes by, it's still the same old story.
- Authors on the Air November 8, 2011: John Lithgow, Umberto Eco, Jeanne Adlon
Jeanne Adlon, co-author of Cat Calls: Wonderful Stories and Practical Advice from a Veteran Cat Sitter (Square One, 978-0757003448) will talk about the book on SiriusXM's Book Radio program "Cover to Cover Live" at 3pm.
- Ajami Book on Arabs Auctioned
Ajami is also the author of the 1998 Dream Palace of the Arabs and a journalist who had the cover story in last week's New York Times Magazine on the roots of Arab terrorism.
- SMP, `LA Weekly' in Joint Imprint
The first title will be It All Came True by Michael Fessier Jr., a memoir based on his December 1997 LA Weekly cover story, "My Father, the Writer: Or, Hollywood Is Forever."
- ‘Faith’ Comics Series Launches with Bio of Jesus
\t \tThe next title in the series, due out this summer, is the story of King David, but Davis has plans for books that cover more than only figures from Christianity.
- Lots to Contest
The store's other competitions are a Scary Story contest for younger children, a Young Writers Short Stories Contest for grades seven to 12, and a Poetry Writing Challenge for students in grades one through 12.
- A Sneak Peek at David Wiesner's Next Picture Book
\t \tWiesner spent many years off and on refining the story, which was inspired by a cover he created for Cricket magazine back in May 1993.
- Third ‘Rebel Girls’ Book to Launch Today
The cover is also intended to encourage girls to personalize the journal; there is space for them to write their name on the front cover.
- Jackets Required: The Lazarus Project
\tThe design for the cover matches suit.
- Short Takes: Religion Publishing News Briefs, June 11, 2014
The Cover Café Cover Contest recognizes outstanding covers of romance novels or novels with a strong romance element.
- A Publisher Writes
And then I was the first to do holographic covers, three-dimensional covers.
- PW Select July 2013: Reaching Readers Beyond Family and Friends: PW Talks with Chris Cander
I hired a well-known illustrator to draw the cover.
- Hot Deals: Only in Paris
The story of Mary Letourneau, the married Seattle schoolteacher who had a child with one of her pupils, young Samoan Vili Fualaau, and was sent to jail for it, has been covered in news stories here, but it was a Parisian publisher, Bernard Fixot of Laffont, who bought