- Comic Foundry Breaks the Mold
Depending on who is on the cover, who has a big story—a lot of stuff sometimes does shift.
- In Conversation: Kwame Mbalia and Lamar Giles
First of all, because it’s a gorgeous cover.
- Appeals Court Affirms Sherlock Holmes is Public Domain
When a story falls into the public domain, story elements, including characters covered by the expired copyright become fair game for follow-on authors.”The federal suit was brought in early 2013 by author and scholar Leslie Klinger.
- PW Online and On Air: Week of December 19, 2016
Check back in the coming days for roundups covering our most-read adult and children’s news stories, adult and children’s reviews, and more.From the NewslettersTip SheetPW editors pick the favorite book they read in 2016.Children’s BookshelfWhat’s next for children’s author and editor Laura Godwin?
- Q & A with Adam Silvera
What did that anthology and story mean to you?
- Continuing the Conversation: Authors, Illustrators, and Editors Talk Diversity
When readers saw that the representations of the characters in the cover art looked nothing like the characters in the books, consumers “demanded that the covers reflect the characters’ ethnicities.”
- Midlist Author Tries Hybrid Self-Publishing
Katz paid for an editor, when Wilhide didn’t feel comfortable copy editing the book himself, as well as a cover designer.
- Life in Comics: The Good Book
The edges of the cover are well-worn and the spine is broken, but the colors and stories inside are just as vibrant as ever.
- SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
In addition to the full text of the finished story, a bittersweet meditation on growing old gracefully and embracing mortality, this slender hardcover collector’s edition includes excerpts from drafts, illustrations and a teleplay outline, as well as cover art by the author.
- BEA 2016: Chicago, Chicago (and the Midwest) Sings Agate
In 2012, Doug Seibold, president and publisher of Agate, looked around and saw that while Sasquatch Books was meeting the regional needs of the Northwest and Globe Pequot covered the Northeast, no one was looking at the Midwest, Chicago in particular.
- SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
As the cover art of one man embracing another suggests, this all-original anthology is aimed at gay male readers.
- Kate DiCamillo Writes Companion Novel to 'Raymie Nightingale'
“And her need to tell her story was so profound, that I gave in.
- Thoughts of a Teen Book Blogger
I know you value story highly, but you also enjoy character-driven books.
- Publishing Education Gets Innovative at Ooligan Press
Start to Finish lives on the Ooligan Web site and tracks a book’s evolution from acquisition to cover creation to XML typecoding to launching the book itself.
- PW: 'Rights' Joins 'PW' News Coverage
The column will cover stories behind new and upcoming titles, offering fresh and unusual angles on publishing stories.