- Bondi Puts Mags on Your Hard Drive
For the Rolling Stone package—dubbed Rolling Stone Cover-to-Cover: The First 40 Years—Bondi will be getting the product to stores through Perseus and working with Wenner Media (the magazine's parent) to market it.
- Audio Partners 'Dunit'
The rights deal—believed to be the most expansive license ever between an author and a single U.S. audio publisher—covers non-dramatized readings of 65 novels and 160 short stories.
- 'Wiregrass' Springs Up Fast
When Michael Morris began writing a novel four years ago, about a woman's triumph over domestic abuse in a small Alabama town, he was aware of the faith element in the story, though he says he did not intend to write Christian fiction.
- German YA Sensation Makes English-Language Debut
"I walked by the Loewe Verlag booth, and I didn’t actually have a meeting with them, but the cover caught my eye," says MacMillan.
- MPIBA 2014: A Mile-High Celebration of Books
John Mandel, others were getting excited about 2015 titles.Jackie Blem, Tattered Cover's cafe manager and a book blogger, raved about Barefoot Dogs (Scribner, March 2015), a debut short story collection by Antonio Ruiz-Camacho.Valerie Koehler of Houston's Blue Willow Bookshop expressed
- In Brief: June 20, 2018
The author-illustrator spoke to anchor Cecilia Vega about illustrating the covers for the seven titles which, when placed together, form a single image that reflects the story arc of the series.In Fond Memory Eric Carle, who just celebrated his 89th birthday, cut the ribbon for the ope
- CPSIA Enforcement Waived for Post-1985 Books
USA Today ran two stories in the last few days, one on the controversy surrounding the Act and one on Friday’s enforcement announcement.
- A New MWA Grand Master
Later on, I chanced upon a Mickey Spillane, with a very lurid cover, in the backseat of the car of the father of a friend of mine, and that exposed me to something other than the traditional mystery story.
- PW Picks: The Best New Books for the Week of January 21, 2013
Stuart brilliantly weaves together threads of family history, political history, social history, and agricultural history into a narrative covering the evolution of sugar—"white gold"—and slavery and sugar's impact on the development of Barbados.
- Children's Book Sales Up During Busy Holiday Weekend
While Cover to Cover in Columbus, Ohio held a “philanthropic story time” on SBS benefiting Canine Companions for Independence featuring seven service dogs, rather than a standard two-legged author event, it reported that weekend sales spiked almost 64% above last year’s sales.
- Q & A with Lois Duncan
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- Making Hay with 'Seabiscuit'
The Seabiscuit Story by John McEvoy (May) includes stories from so-called "turf writers" who covered the icon, as well as original photos from the archives of The Blood-Horse.
- Spotlight on Kate Moore
"Companies don't adhere to safety standards; they obstruct investigations; there is negligence as well as orchestrated cover-ups.
- 'Eyes That Kiss in the Corners': A Bestseller with an Empowering Focus
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- In Search of New Readers
"They are narrative stories designed to get kids thinking and writing creatively," said Corey.