- Weinstein Has a Hit with 'Finding Me'
Phil, and a cover story in People magazine.
- Galley Talk
The story held my attention with its unexpected twists and spine-tingling exploits.
- Galley Talk: Last Night At The Lobster
He should find plenty of readers for his all-seasons story of the waning days and hours of a Red Lobster chain restaurant.
- PW Online and On Air: Week of August 7, 2017
Last Week’s Top ReviewsThe most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were...The SinnerEnigmaDangerousBeasts Made of NightThe Hamlet Fire: A Tragic Story of Cheap Food, Cheap Government, and Cheap LivesFrom the NewslettersTip SheetA behind-the-scenes look at how a book cover gets made,
- Kinsella Joins Cleis
In the newly created position, Kinsella, who has covered the book business for 17 years, will turn the tables and be pitching the media story ideas based on Cleis's and Viva's books.
- Soldiering On
Doubleday's publicity campaign kicked off with a USA Today pub-date cover story; other print coverage includes People, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, New York and the New York Times Style section.
- Will Herodotus Take Off?
This edition, dropped in because of the movie, is a translation by George Rawlinson, will feature a new introduction by noted scholar Rosalind Thomas and will have a full-cover jacket reminiscent of the "Cave of Swimmers" scene from the film.
- FBI's O'Neill Stars for Regan Books
Regan bought world rights in his story—also the subject of a recent New York magazine cover story—directly from the unagented Weiss, and will publish in October 2003.
- Kennedy Fever Burns On
The current Vanity Fair is running the first serial as its cover story, a spot the book has also occupied in People and Parade magazines.
- The Keys to the Kingdom?
I love all the covers but this one is my favorite.”
- Celebrating 40 Years of 'Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry'
Taylor was nowhere near to finishing telling the story of that Mississippi family, which was closely based upon her own.
- Spring 2011 Flying Starts: Jenny Hubbard
It's a good driving force for a story for me, and I think teenagers are just rife with it."
- Dial to Republish 'Buzzy' YA Novel by Gabby Rivera
The YA debut novel, which the publisher describes as a “candid, feminist, queer, coming-of-age story,” is about a closeted Puerto Rican teenager from the Bronx who interns for a white feminist professor in Portland, Ore.
- ‘Jesus Calling’ Surpasses 30 Million Copies Sold
Also releasing in January, Jesus Calling: The Story of Easter is a children’s book that explores the meaning of Easter through biblical stories, simple Bible verses, and short Jesus Calling devotions.
- The Shape of Things to Come from Award-Winning Picture Book Team
“I wanted a board cover and the pages cut flush to the cover because they should look somewhat geometric, given the theme,” he said.