- Arcadia Acquires Wildsam
“Arcadia’s hyper-local distribution power and deep connection to American stories are unrivaled,” Bruce said.
- Longanesi Takes to the Web
The site covers the wide range of titles available from the group, including market-leading children's series.
- Little, Brown Sets Release of Posthumous Foster Wallace Novel
How much of a story was outlined in the notes--Pietsch was rumored to be dealing with over 1,000 pages--has remained unclear.
- A Pulitzer Prize Windfall
All this bodes well for his next book from Knopf, The Whore's Child, a collection of short stories.
- Children's Books Hot Off the Presses: Week of Feb. 23, 2015
Scholastic Press, $19.99; ISBN 978-0-439-87402-1, the latest from the Esperanza Rising author features a trio of interconnected stories that spans generations.
- Kindergartners Whip Up Some 'Rude Cakes'
The story features a family of cakes demonstrating their inherent day-to-day rudeness in not sharing, refusing to take turns, and using hurtful words.
- Godwin Big at Ballantine
The second novel, on a much smaller scale, is The Red Nun, a psychological ghost story set in a Catholic girls' school in the North Carolina mountains in the 1950s.
- Blink in the Pink
His newest book, Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, has gotten a lot of press, including a cover story in January's Fast Company magazine ("your gut is smarter than your head" is how it described Gladwell's message).
- Patterson Jumps in the Lake
A Boston Globe reporter shadowed author Carolyn Parkhurst last week for a forthcoming cover story on "the making of a bestseller."
- Nelson Selects First WestBow Title for Publication
The company will release Three Cups with a redesigned cover in November.
- S&S Signs Sally Ride Biography
Sherr, who covered the space program for ABC during the early 1980s, became friendly with Ride during that period.
- Nautical but Nice
The film's story line, reported Norton publicity director Louise Brockett, is drawn primarily—and takes as its title—from the first and 10th books in the series.
- O Stands for...
Highlights along the publicity trail include appearances on Dateline NBC, Today, The View, a Los Angles Times interview and a New York Times Style section cover story; an appearance with Rosie O'Donnell is set for today.
- Grub Street Student Lands Two-Book Deal
“We are extremely proud of Elizabeth Moore’s publishing success story,” said Grub Street executive director Eve Bridburg.
- Eddie Izzard Sells Memoir to Blue Rider
He won two Emmy Awards for his performance in Dress to Kill and his 2010 biopic, Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story, received an Emmy nod.