- An En-deering New Promotion
The cover of Pastoralia, which reached various hardcover bestseller lists at San Francisco independents last year, boasts an intriguing photograph of a lawn (or bookstore) deer, chained to a post.
- Panel Mania: The Silence of Our Friends
The story is told from the point of view of a young Mark Long, whose father is a reporter covering the story of five black college students unjustly charged with the murder of a policeman.
- Razorbill Partners with Framestore for 'Creature Department'
“This is a great story, and we believe kids should be able to read it without having to go flip a coin on a Web site.”
- Globe Pequot Launches Texas-Themed Imprint
She added: "Our authors know Texas, they are Texans, and they cover the stories and interests of Texans."
- Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day on Saturday
Many shops are doing special story times: R.J.
- Slate Launches Interactive YA Serial
Claire--readers don't need to indulge in any of the social networking to follow the story.
- Archie Comics Unveils Graphic Novels for Fall 2014
“From Afterlife with Archie to the Deluxe Sonic/Mega Man volume, we’re covering all kinds of ground.
- SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
Cover artist Deena Warner also provides more than two dozen interior illustrations.
- Movie Alert: 'Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life'
The publisher will publish a movie tie-in edition of the novel, featuring cover art from the film, on August 23.
- New SF Series on Audio
The cover art has included works by Hugo winner Bob Eggleton and works from the private collection of Forrest J.
- Review: 'In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite'
\t\t\t\tIn the Kitchen with a Good Appetite: 150 Recipes and Stories About the Food You Love Melissa Clark.
- Crawling Out of the Shadows: PW Talks with Alfredo Corchado
You guys have been outed.”How do you see your role as a journalist covering immigration?
- Galley Talk: 'Summer of the Gypsy Moths'
And Pennypacker’s novel is a wonderfully told story.
- First Fiction 2012: Franck Thilliez: Thriller from Across The Atlantic
Thilliez says he covered “forensics, cinema, studies about the brain, psychiatry.
- Think Young: Christian Fiction Imprints Reach for Under-40 Readers
But new covers are featuring only graphic elements and brighter colors, particularly for contemporary fiction.Chris Jager, fiction buyer for Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, Mich., has seen a “natural progression of covers,” calling them “hipper covers with brighter colors, fewer people